Knowing that many travelers tend to mistakenly leave a few important items at home, or fail to pack according to the weather, Pimkie International developed the Mini Fashion Bar.
This idea works in exactly the same way as a hotel mini bar, by supplying guests with clothing that is carefully selected based on the weather, location and events around the hotel. For instance, knowing it will rain, Pimkie International will stock its Mini Fashion Bars with stylish rain gear. If a guest chooses to take out a single item or an entire outfit, they are simply charged for what they take when checking out.
Currently the Mini Fashion Bars can only be found in Antwerp hotels, although it's not hard to imagine that putting irresistible fashion at the fingertips of consumers could catch on around the world. Beyond hospitality, this idea could also be used to supply a variety of on-demand needs.
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