Like a personal tailor, ZOZOSUIT’s patented technology uses 15,000 sensors to take precise measurements of your body in order to choose clothing suited to your unique shape. The smart suit syncs measurement data to an app through a Bluetooth connection. Once the data is synced, users can order whatever they like from the app or the company’s e-marketplace ZOZOTOWN without having to worry about sizes.
Don’t get too excited though. The company won’t actually tailor the clothes for you, but it can guide you towards clothes that fit your body with perfect fit suggestions. Your ZOZOSUIT’s data will be synced exclusively with data from ZOZOTOWN. The suit was launched to complement the company’s first private label collection, ZOZO, but ZOZOSUIT owners can also shop the other nearly 4,000 brands available on the website. Since ZOZOTOWN is Japan’s largest fashion e-commerce website, there’ll be no shortage of options, and includes familiar Japanese brands such as Beams, United Arrows, and Wego.
The company launched pre-orders of its ZOZOSUIT on November 22nd in Japan, and it is accepting overseas pre-orders through their global website. Currently, goods on ZOZOTOWN can only be shipped overseas via proxy, but with worldwide orders of the ZOZOSUIT shipping this spring, expect significant changes soon.