MAY 16, 2018
Rebecca Minkoff walked Glossy through a typical jam-packed workday, which included hitting handbag market, enjoying a glam session over lunch and moderating a panel discussion at her Soho store, part of the recently-launched RM Superwomen platform and centered on the work-life challenges of modern moms.
APR 27, 2018
Through technology like IBM’s new TrustChain platform, which uses blockchain technology to create a network of information surrounding product history, the fine jewelry industry is getting on board with the idea of a trusted database. As the network gets off the ground, it could serve as a template for other facets of the luxury industry to open up.
JAN 22, 2018
As brands work to eliminate inefficiencies in the production process, artificial intelligence, in particular, is playing an increasingly critical role in not only manufacturing and supply chain logistics, but in the creative design process as well. It’s a tool that’s catching on among legacy brands, technology providers, student designers and retail startups alike.
JAN 10, 2018
Not only are fashion enthusiasts equally as interested in technology as their less sartorially inclined peers, they are also spending more money on digital products.
JAN 04, 2018
Fashion brands are taking new measures to ensure they deliver the perfect fit. In today’s volatile market, it’s just one more thing they can do to help stabilize their business.
SEP 25, 2017
This fashion month, designers are getting real about what type of technology flies with shoppers, especially in the realm of wearables: Many have transitioned to undetectable tech, refreshingly created with the wearer, versus press coverage, in mind.
SEP 25, 2017
At its core, BF+DA was founded to foster collaboration between students, designers and engineers to identify forms of sustainable and ethical production using the help of technology. Now, the program is looking to expand, on the heels of a $500,000 grant from Brooklyn Borough president Eric L. Adams.
SEP 08, 2017
The Fashion Institute of Technology, Infor and Harper's Bazaar have teamed up to host a student design competition that judges not only the aesthetics and craftsmanship of the young designers, but also their ability to successfully sell a collection.
AUG 14, 2017
Driven by fast-fashion backlash and a growing consumer desire to wear what speaks to one’s individuality, more brands and retailers are focusing their efforts on giving shoppers exactly what they want.
AUG 04, 2017
'Made in America' signifies a return to roots, bringing product manufacturing back to once-bustling factories. In North Carolina, which was once home to a booming textile industry, a resurgence of made-in-America goods from the likes of brands like American Giant has a decidedly different feel. While manufacturing is trickling back in, the jobs aren't, thanks to automation.
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