Skinnydip takes the DTC plunge

Skinnydip takes the DTC plunge

British lifestyle and fashion brand, Skinnydip London, has enhanced its Direct-To-Consumer (DTC) operations, as well as growing new category engagement, partnering with Wunderkind, a performance marketing engine that powers personalisation at scale for online brands and retailers.

Traditionally Skinnydip was best known for its fun, vibrant and quirky phone cases and collaborations with some of the world’s best-known brands – from Barbie to Disney and The Simpsons. Since its launch in 2011, the brand has grown its product offer to span women’s clothing, wider collections of accessories and bags, and beauty ranges. With 2 standalone UK stores and over 200 global stockists, Skinnydip wanted to capitalise on the strong online demand it was seeing and bolster its DTC operations, allowing it to reach new customers with an extended product catalogue, as well as growing its owned audiences and 1st party data when acquiring new shoppers.

Skinnydip recognised that in order to scale and enhance its DTC capabilities, it would need to improve the performance of its email channel as a primary accelerator for growth – as well as building up its 1st party datasets, to develop a larger, engaged and opted-in audience.

Partnering with Wunderkind, Skinnydip has powered personalisation at scale to bolster its online performance. Using Wunderkind’s identity resolution technology, Skinnydip can serve the right message to the right customer at the right time, based on their unique intent-based browsing behaviours, depending on where that individual is in their path to purchase. This has enabled the brand to quickly scale its marketing lists, capturing 1st party data of new customers, whilst boosting conversions to grow digital revenues.

To date, Wunderkind has driven a x2 revenue lift compared to the brand’s previous solution and is now Skinnydip’s 3rd highest-performing channel in Google Analytics.

Laurina Kennedy, digital marketing manager at Skinnydip, commented: “In the first 3 months of Wunderkind being on-site, we exceeded our yearly email capture goal.  It is an instrumental part of our growth to have the additional support with testing, monitoring and research of triggered emails as our team is quite small. Wunderkind easily integrated with us and has become an extension of the Skinnydip team.”


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