Tag: Direct to Consumer

Luxury pret a porter: ELSE Corp presenta il servizio innovativo di custumer experience

via Luxury prêt à porter ELSE Corp presenta il servizio innovativo di custumer experience La start-up propone all’industria della moda esperienze uniche, futuristiche e lussuose ELSE Corp è una startup fondata nel 2014 in Italia con sede a Milano, che propone soluzioni B2B e B2B2C a brand, retailer, produttori e designer indipendenti.  Attraverso l’approccio al mercato Direct…

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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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How the Direct-to-Consumer Model Is Driving Retail Supply Chain Innovation- Apparel Mag

via apparelmag.com How the Direct-to-Consumer Model Is Driving Retail Supply Chain Innovation By Susan Pichoff, GS1 US Small but mighty, direct-to-consumer (DTC) apparel brands are quickly earning more of the U.S. consumer’s hard-earned dollar. Within the next five years, 81 percent of shoppers will likely make at least one purchase from a DTC brand, according…

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With Levi’s Shoppers can now Customize an individual pair of jeans

via consumergoods.com Levi’s to Let Shoppers Design Custom Jeans By Patrycja Malinowska Levi Strauss & Co. is transitioning to an operating model for the digital era, leveraging new technology to radically reduce the time it takes to bring a product to market and unveiling a new ability for consumers to design their own pair of jeans, Marc…

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High-Tech Future of Retail, Behind the Scenes- the University of Fashion

via High-Tech Future of Retail – Behind the Scenes by Carol McDonald The High-Tech Future of Retail is coming, and it may be closer than we think.   Customers are demanding improvements to the apparel experience, and the Retail industry is actively responding.  This blog highlights some of the research and development in process to bring…

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‘Shoppable billboards’: DTC retailers say physical stores are driving online sales- Digiday

via digiday.com ‘Shoppable billboards’: DTC retailers say physical stores are driving online sales Retail Revolution When Away opened its first store in New York City’s NoHo neighborhood in June 2017, it thought the shop would be great for brand awareness, not necessarily a revenue driver. Now the luggage company says in the cities where it…

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VIRTUAL RETAIL is now a trademark of ELSE Corp

VIRTUAL RETAIL is now a trademark of ELSE Corp ELSE Corp‘s new business model for the fashion industry, Virtual Retail, is a strategy for the Digital Transformation of the entire value chain of brands, retailers and manufacturers. It leads to a Direct to Consumer approach to the market through the automation and democratization of product…

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SXSW 2018: The future of automation and its impact on consumers- TheCurrentDaily

via SXSW 2018: The future of automation and its impact on consumers by Bia Bezamat The story of artificial intelligence and its impact on society is much more complex and nuanced than often portrayed, said McKinsey & Co’s Mehdi Miremadi at a SXSW panel on the future of automation this weekend. Speaking alongside Kuka Robotic’s…

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2018 Fashion: We Drop “Plus Size” And Evolve Past The Retail Apocalypse- Fast Company

via 2018 Fashion: We Drop “Plus Size” And Evolve Past The Retail Apocalypse by Elizabeth Segran Brick-and-mortar stores make a comeback, clothing gets recycled, and direct-to-consumer labels take on the big brands in our 2018 fashion crystal ball. Forecasting in the fashion industry can be tricky. There are momentous changes taking place, so the tides…

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The DTC OD: Fashion is flooded with direct-to-consumer brands, but few will scale- Glossy

via glossy.co The DTC OD: Fashion is flooded with direct-to-consumer brands, but few will scale by Hilary Milnes This story first appeared in the summer issue of Digiday magazine, available exclusively to Digiday Plus members.  Join the community and receive the full magazine here. The Warby Parker for pajamas. Handmade Italian shoes without the markup. Kids’ clothes…

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