Tag: Tommy Hilfiger

Tommy Hilfiger digitalizza il design- Fashion Magazine

via Tommy Hilfiger digitalizza il design Il brand americano Tommy Hilfiger (Gruppo Pvh) punta a ridurre il time to market, digitalizzando tutta la sua catena del valore. Così ha cominciato a disegnare le collezioni mediante una nuova tecnologia 3D, adottata per il momento dai design team della sede di Amsterdam. «Il design in 3D ha un potenziale…

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#AI4FASHION: IBM and FIT collaborate to build future fashion workforce

via fibre2fashion.com IBM and FIT collaborate to build future fashion workforce The Fashion Institute of Technology’s (FIT’s) Infor Design and Technology Lab (DTech Lab) and IBM has announced a collaboration that will transform how fashion industry works and help build creative workforce of the future. FIT will use IBM AI for fashion capabilities in its DTech…

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Retail: The Experience They Crave, The Data You Need- CTA Blog

via CTA Blog Retail: The Experience They Crave, The Data You Need by Robin Raskin The internet was created to share information, but it’s e-commerce that fuels it. While e-commerce sites still only account for about 12 percent of purchases, a converging world driven by customer engagement and physical and online data is now the…

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Yoox to introduce AI-generated designs for new private label- TheCurrent

via Yoox to introduce AI-generated designs for new private label by Rachel Arthur Yoox is due to introduce a new private label generated by data, according to Federico Marchetti, CEO of the Yoox Net-a-Porter Group. Speaking on stage at the Wired Smarter conference in London today, he said the collection – the name for which…

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Inside the shops of the future – How To Spend, FT

via Inside the shops of the future Forward-thinking retailers are crunching data and experimenting with technology to create personalised, experiential stores of the future. by Rachel Arthur Those who happened past the Hermès store on New Bond Street over the festive season may have noticed an interactive experience set within its intergalactic-themed window display. Passers-by stopping…

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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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Why beauty will continue to rule retail in 2018 – Retail Dive

via retaildive.com Why beauty will continue to rule retail in 2018 From leaders Sephora and Ulta to relative newcomers Glossier and Birchbox, beauty is killing other sectors. Here’s how. If retail was a bingo board, whoever stocked up on bankruptcies would be winning right about now. From retailers who are at risk of going bankrupt…

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Fashion brands are tooling up to create custom clothing in minutes- WIRED

via wired.co.uk Fashion brands are tooling up to create custom clothing in minutes From bespoke footwear to monogrammed scarves, fashion brands are increasingly offering custom-made luxury clothing By Rachel Arthur Shoppers at Tommy Hilfiger can customise their items at its Regent Street store. This WIRED design took 20 minutes to create on a Brother PR655…

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How to Increase Speed to Market in the “See Now, Wear Now” Era- Apparel Magazine

via apparelmag.com How to Increase Speed to Market in the “See Now, Wear Now” Era By Abnesh Raina, CEO and Founder, PlumSlice Labs – 08/29/2017 “Automated workflows and collaboration are key steps for getting products to market fast. ” In today’s age of instant gratification, shoppers want everything right now. Major brands, including Burberry, Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren…

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Tom Ford and Thakoon Give Up on See-Now, Buy-Now- The New York Times

via nytimes.com by Vanessa Friedman Tom Ford and Thakoon Give Up on See-Now, Buy-Now Fighting the fashion system is hard. Or so it seems, given the announcements this week that Tom Ford and Thakoon, two of the more vocal proponents of the recent shake-up to see-now, buy-now, have decided it wasn’t such a good idea…

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