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Sustainable Fashion and Millennials- FashionBI

via Sustainable Fashion and Millennials by Shalini Mohanty It’s the age of the rising power of millennials who are the new segment in the consumer market. Altagamma’s Consumer and Retail Insight describes them as “the new protagonists of the luxury consumer market [who] are between 18 and 34 years old: global, digitalised, optimistic, open to new…

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The Future of Brands e-commerce, final warning: Amazon’s pushing its private-label brands for the holidays- Glossy

this “conclusion” wasn’t said by Glossy, it is said by me: look and learn, this is the (scaring but guaranteed) future of retail brand, who’s not investing in the OWN channels! It’s a final warning, as the giant’s business model had come to a complete roll-out…and it’s not about B2B, of course not! 😉 via…

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Inside Unmade’s plans to customize athleticwear

Inside Unmade’s plans to customize athleticwear- Glossy

via Inside Unmade’s plans to customize athleticwear by Jill Manoff London-based technology and manufacturing platform Unmade has made a mark by enabling fashion brands to create custom garments on an industrial scale. Now, it has its sights set on athleticwear, particularly the knit trainers brands including Nike and Adidas have been hyping for seasons. “They…

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The future of AI in fashion- Everything is AI?

via glossy.co by Hilary Milnes The future of AI in fashion Like many one-note fashion brands before it, luxury lingerie brand Cosabella wants to become a lifestyle brand. But as Cosabella moves into categories like swimwear, sleepwear, ready-to-wear apparel and athletic apparel, it’s looking past mood boards and runways for inspiration. Cosabella is using artificial intelligence…

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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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