Category: Apparel Manufacturing

Pelli, pellicce, piume: limiti normativi per una Moda sostenibile- Fashion Law

Pelli, pellicce, piume: limiti normativi per una Moda sostenibile Fashion Law, Avv. Giuseppe Croari – Dott.ssa Alice Rinauro, Technofashion Da sempre l’uomo ha utilizzato prodotti di origine animale per vestirsi e per proteggersi dal freddo, oppure come ornamento o simbolo di potere. Si pensi ad esempio al mito dell’eroe Ercole che, dopo aver ucciso a…

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Veg-tan leather and the vegans: COTANCE clarifies confusion

The leather industry’s representative body in the European Union, COTANCE, has issued a statement to clarify what vegetable tanned leather is. It said it felt the need to share the information because of confusion that has arisen between vegetable tanned leather and synthetic alternative products misusing the term ‘leather’ and juxtaposing it with ‘vegan’. Vegetable…

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150sec: 5 European startups battling fast fashion

via 5 European startups battling fast fashion By Grace Brennan When most people think about industries with the worst environmental impacts, oil, air travel, and plastics spring to mind. Surprisingly, fashion tends to escape most of the blame. The $3 trillion industry is the world’s second largest polluter after oil, and is responsible for 10%…

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ITA 2019: The collaboration process in Industry 4.0, Business landscape

via fashionunited.uk ITA 2019: The collaboration process in Industry 4.0 The Innovate Textile & Apparel Europe conference returned to Amsterdam in October, bringing delegates together from across textile market to listen and share ideas on the industry’s future. Collaboration, mass personalisation and standardisation were key themes at this year’s Innovate Textile & Apparel (ITA) conference,…

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WTiN: How personalisation tech can eradicate homogeny in fashion (interview to Andrey Golub, CEO ELSE Corp)

In exploration of personalisation, Otis Robinson summarises the technologies and challenges associated with the trend, the manufacturing models textile leaders may soon use to revolutionise the industry, and the ways manufacturers might engage with end-users in the future.

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(RU) Цифровая трансформация модной индустрии России необходима, и делать это нужно прямо сейчас

via legpromizdat.ru, story by Irina Schelkunova В рамках деловой программы выставки «Интерткань-2019. Осень» прошло заседание комитета по цифровым технологиям Союзлегпрома и «Кластера РАЭК/ Fashion Tech» «Цифровая трансформация fashion-индустрии». Модератором выступил Антон Алфер, председатель комитета по цифровым технологиям Союзлегпрома, председатель Кластера «РАЭК/ Fashion Tech». Специальным гостем встречи стал Андрей Голуб, основатель и генеральный директор компании ELSE…

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China market expectation for mass customization, product personalization and made to order

via jingdaily.com The customization trend of the 2000s is having a global comeback, and fashionistas have embraced it, proving to naysayers that the days of conspicuous consumption in China are ending. Goyard, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Burberry, Longchamp, Loewe, and now even Dior (with the Dior Oblique personalization program) all currently have a variety of customized…

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Supply chain disruptors shaking up the fashion industry

By Samantha Sault, via just-style.com Innovators are helping to create next-generation supply chains On-demand apparel assembly, local-for-local production, manufacturer-matching and transparency mapping are among the innovative new concepts starting to shape next-generation fashion supply chains. And investors appear tuned in to their potential too, with millions of dollars in funding set to scale them up….

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WhichPLM: Fashion Trends are Reciprocal, but is the Fashion Supply Chain?

via Fashion Trends are Reciprocal, but is the Fashion Supply Chain? Here WhichPLM’s fit expert, Mark Charlton, shares his views on the changing ways apparel is manufactured in fashion, and what the future could look like. I have a passion for great fitting apparel and, for over 20 years, I have been helping brands fit apparel,…

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DTC brands are using limited quantities and the drop model to get off the ground

‘Inventory is a huge problem’: DTC brands are using limited quantities and the drop model to get off the ground via glossy.co by Katie Richards Several direct-to-consumer fashion brands have launched in the last year that use a monthly drop model. The goal is to roll out limited qualities of products to minimize waste and…

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