Tag: apparel manufacturing

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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How Body Mapping Makes Under Armour, J. Crew a Better Fit With Shoppers

via How Body Mapping Makes Under Armour, J. Crew a Better Fit With Shoppers By “mapping” fit using its 3D “bodies as a framework”, Alvanon is instilling standards and an “enhanced method of doing.” By Kaley Roshitsh on May 3, 2019 Body Language. “Today, it’s not a question of whether they fit or not, it’s whether they fit…

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The Robot Startup Using Static Electricity to Make Nike Sneakers- BoF, Fashion-Tech

via businessoffashion.com The Robot Startup Using Static Electricity to Make Nike Sneakers Grabit, a robotics startup, makes machines that can work at 20 times the pace of humans. The most labour intensive part of putting together a pair of Nikes is assembling the “upper” — the flexible part of the shoe that sits on top…

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ELSE Corp Ha partecipato alla Convention 4.0 di VAR Group

press release   ELSE Corp Ha partecipato alla Convention 4.0 di VAR Group Introducendo il loro “Virtual Bespoke Atelier 3D” Milano, 17 Maggio 2017: ELSE Corp ha partecipato all’evento organizzato da VAR Group CONVENTION 4.0: Living Transformation, un meeting B2B annuale dedicato ai partner e clienti dell’azienda, che offre ai partecipanti la possibilità di sperimentare…

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ELSE Corp Participated at Convention 4.0 by VAR Group

press release ELSE Corp Participated at Convention 4.0 by VAR Group Introducing their “Virtual Bespoke Atelier 3D” Milan, May 17, 2017: ELSE Corp participated at VAR Group’s event CONVENTION 4.0: Living Transformation, a B2B annual meeting for the company’s partners and clients, giving participants the chance to experience, first hand, the revolution that Digital Transformation is bringing to businesses….

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Detailing Amazon’s Custom-Clothing Patent- The NYT, Technology

via nytimes.com Detailing Amazon’s Custom-Clothing Patent In April, Amazon received an intriguing patent for an “on demand” apparel manufacturing system, which can quickly fill online orders for suits, dresses and other garments. Here’s how it would work. By NICK WINGFIELD and KELLY COUTURIER ImageCredit: Amazon Ordering and Printing Patterns The process starts when customers submit…

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Amazon wins patent for ‘on-demand apparel manufacturing’

via geekwire.com by Monica Nickelsburg Fashion-focused Amazon wins patent for ‘on-demand apparel manufacturing’ Amazon has a snazzy new idea for cutting the cost of making clothes. The Seattle e-commerce juggernaut just won a patent for “on-demand apparel manufacturing,” in which machines only start snipping and stitching once an order has been placed. The patent describes a system…

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Apparel Magazine: What See Now-Buy Now Means for the Production Side of Fashion?

via Apparel Magazine What See Now-Buy Now Means for the Production Side of Fashion By Jessica Binns, Apparel Senior Editor From Burberry to Tommy Hilfiger, a growing number of designers is opting out of the traditional fashion calendar and making their hot-off-the-runway collections instantly available to consumers. Driven by customers wholly uninterested in waiting around for…

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