Heidi Zak Of ThirdloveHeidi Zak (left) and Ra'el Cohen, founders of ThirdLove. Running counter to an industry dominated by out-dated ideas of ‘sexy', Heidi Zak and the ThirdLove team, from their base in San Francisco, aim to empower women by allowing them to be comfortable and supported throughout their busy days as parents, professionals and at all times of the day.
Around the same time, Kira told a consultant at the company, a leadership coach who worked closely with Spector, that she wanted to meet with the executive: Almost verbatim she said ‘Dave is a deeply insecure man, make sure you pat his ego throughout your conversation and that you don't surprise him.
ThirdLove is famous for its game-changing Fit Finder® tool (used by over 12 million women); and, most recently, for a well-publicized spat with Victoria's Secret More importantly, Zak and designer Ra'el Cohen have created a modern, beautifully-fitting t-shirt bra that's pretty close to perfect.
Whatever her shape or size, I want every woman to see herself reflected in our brand — and hopefully all brands — and feel welcomed by the retail landscape This is just the beginning, but my hope is that the majority of women will soon be able to find their size — whether petite, tall, big or small — in all shops and online retail destinations.
Whether they're developing the online experience, interfacing with our customers directly through customer service, or creating email content for social or marketing, all of it goes back to what does our customer want and how can we make her life better.
THE entrepreneurial story of Heidi Zak was born out of a frustration she felt in common with millions of women across the world, when shopping for bras; or more accurately, the time-consuming difficulties in shopping for and finding a correctly sized bra.
They also wanted a superior product that was more comfortable, better fitting and offered more size options than any other lingerie Heidi Zak co-CEO ThirdLove brand. Victoria's Secret continues to dominate the market, and I don't think they have changed or seem to be changing anytime soon.