Tag: Kering

Addressing fashion’s record around sustainability- Decoded Future

via Addressing fashion’s record around sustainability by Grace Howard Fashion’s relationship with sustainability has always been fraught; links to inherently unglamourous garb, from baggy hemp trousers to sack-like dresses, are tricky to shake off. But since the Rena Plaza factory collapse made mainstream news in 2013, shining a light on the dark side of the…

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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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From Blockchain to Artificial Intelligence: 5 terms required to start 2018- ELSE Corp on HARPER’S BAZAAR RUSSIA

via HARPER’S BAZAAR RUSSIA От «блокчейна» до «искусственного интеллекта: 5 понятий, без которых 2018-й не наступит Стиль жизни / Новости Спешим разочаровать, но растиражированная фраза Коко Шанель «Не показывайте мне моду, продемонстрируйте свой вкус» безнадежно устарела. Сегодня, чтобы оставаться на острие, одного только вкуса недостаточно, — надо еще быть немного специалистом по компьютерным технологиям, немного футуристом, немного материаловедом. Анастасия Углик собрала пять понятий,…

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The supply chain is becoming part of luxury designers’ branding strategies- Glossy

via The supply chain is becoming part of luxury designers’ branding strategies by Hilary Milnes The Council of Fashion Designers of America is encouraging its vast network of designers to bring their supply chains out of the shadows. CFDA president Steven Kolb said that over the past decade, two issues have emerged that have given…

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What’s wrong with fashion’s sustainability strategy- Glossy

via What’s wrong with fashion’s sustainability strategy by Ana Andjelic The first time you heard that 85 percent of clothing in the U.S. goes into landfills, you probably responded with outrage, resolve or disgust. Then you heard it 20 more times and habituation settled in. It calls to mind the evolving response to the Twitter outbursts of the…

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Luxury brands are changing how they operate internally to react faster to customers- Glossy

via Luxury brands are changing how they operate internally to react faster to customers by Hilary Milnes Luxury brands, feeling the heat from agile fast-fashion and online-only retailers, are speeding up production processes and reacting quicker to customer behavior by changing how they organize their businesses. “I know people are sick of hearing about the…

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To maintain growth momentum, Gucci is bringing production in-house- Glossy

via To maintain growth momentum, Gucci is bringing production in-house by Hilary Milnes Gucci isn’t slowing down, so Kering is revamping its production process and manufacturing network to account for the brand’s continued growth. In the third quarter of 2017, Gucci’s revenue rose 49 percent on a comparable year-over-year basis, to $1.9 billion, beating out…

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