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  • The fitting room that takes selfies
  • The fitting room that takes selfies
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The fitting room that takes selfies

Fashion retailer Bonobos is establishing itself as a pioneer in taking online retail offline. Its Guide Stores combine personal service with the efficiency of online ordering - and now they’re blending the digital and physical further by adding SELFY mirrors to fitting rooms.

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