Category: Sustainable Fashion

ELSE.shoes Presents

ELSE.shoes Presents: 3D Virtual Boutique, powered by E.L.S.E.

ELSE Corp, a Virtual Retail Company, will be attending MICAM85 (11/14 Feb 2018), to present the updates on else.shoes™, their innovative experimental cloud platform for 3D Mass Customization in footwear, that is revolutionizing Fashion Retail sector by virtualizing the whole value chain of the Fashion industry. For more information, visit else-corp.com/micam-feb-2018

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Fashion Tech: le start up della moda accendono il futuro del settore- Beesness, BeTheBoss

via beesness.it Fashion Tech: le start up della moda accendono il futuro del settore By Cinzia Meoni Il fashion tech esplora le esigenze dei Millennial che richiedono capi personalizzati, possibilmente sostenibili e da acquistare attraverso una modalità “smart”, tecnologicamente avanzata. Le realtà da mettere nel mirino e il caso Else. A vendere domani saranno capi belli e personalizzati, possibilmente sostenibili, e da acquistare attraverso una modalità “smart”, tecnologicamente avanzata È il fashion…

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Napapijri launches new form of digital manufacturing- FashionUnited

via FashionUnited Napapijri launches new form of digital manufacturing by Danielle Wightman-Stone Italian premium casual-wear brand Napapijri is launching a new form of digital manufacturing for autumn/winter 2018 called Ze-Knit, as part of its strategy to transforming their production process, to reduce waste and speed up the process without effecting prices. Utilising computer-controlled knitting technology…

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RTFS-3D Fashion

The Future of Fashion or Virtual Couture Fashion, part 3: Sustainability in Fashion

The Future of Fashion, or Virtual Couture Fashion Sustainability in Fashion, AI4Fashion by Alizay Maniya, ELSE Corp In the past or still now, customers had to choose between being ethical shoppers or being trendy, because there were no fashionable clothing items that were made in a sustainable way. However, with the increase of knowledge in how…

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IlSole24Ore: Gerusalemme capitale hi -tech con il summit di OurCrowd- La pattuglia degli italiani guidata da Intesa Sanpaolo

2 Febraio sul Sole 24 Ore, Monica D’Ascenzo Gerusalemme capitale hi -tech con il summit di OurCrowd La pattuglia degli italiani guidata da Intesa Sanpaolo via  Fabio Spagnuolo–  Head of Network & Promotion of Innovation Culture – Innovation Center Intesa San Paolo L’Innovation Center ha accompagnato 6 startup italiane per presentarle a investitori, clienti e…

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Le sei migliori startup FashionTech a OurCrowd- StartupItalia!

via startupitalia.eu David Casalini, @davidcasalini Intesa Sanpaolo fa squadra e porta le startup fashion nella capitale del fintech. Le sei migliori startup FashionTech a OurCrowd Tutte le startup italiane che grazie a Intesa Sanpaolo hanno avuto la possibilità di entrare in contatto con le tecnologie più all’avanguardia che riguardano industria tessile e fashion design A…

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DZ Online- Технологии в мире моды- онлайн-ателье Радио MediaMetrics

DZ Online: Технологии в мире моды: онлайн-ателье (Радио MediaMetrics)

DZ Online, 02 февраля 2018, 14:05 Технологии в мире моды: онлайн-ателье Андрей Голуб – генеральный директор ELSE Corp Srl (Италия) ELSE Corp на базе Microsoft Azure разработала решение по заказу кастомизированной обуви в онлайне. Индивидуальный подход к желаниям клиента с помощью технологий становится массовым. Как это изменит fashion-ритейл? ORIGINAL POST: Технологии в мире моды: онлайн-ателье:…

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fur

Pelliccia: è guerra aperta- IFF, LaConceria

via laconceria.it Pelliccia: è guerra aperta. Un video International Fur Federation accusa “i costi sociali nascosti” di quella sintetica IFF, al secolo International Fur Federation (la federazione internazionale dei pellicciai) passa al contrattacco e pubblica su youtube un video (lo potete vedere cliccando qui) in cui sostiene che la pelliccia naturale non ha alcun impatto…

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Speed-to-market: How luxury brands are picking up the pace of production cycles- Glossy

via glossy.co Speed-to-market: How luxury brands are picking up the pace of production cycles by Hilary Milnes In luxury fashion, speed matters more than ever. Labels like Gucci, Ralph Lauren, Coach, Helmut Lang, Burberry and Rag & Bone — all brands that could once call the shots around trends and fashion cycles — are adopting…

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