By Christian Chensvold, Associate Editor | September 7, 2023
Who dictates fashion? Magazines, celebrities, people on the street? In the future that’s just around the corner it may very well be robots who could reign as the greatest fashion dictators of all time.
The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners has received an update regarding the Supply Chain Information Highway, which is now in its second phase of development.
What technology do you feel is the most important to move the fashion and apparel industry forward?
Like an intricate tapestry, the circular economy is expanding and strengthening its global web presence in part thanks to Renewcell.
“So near yet so far” is an age-old expression for something just out of reach, but thanks to Star Fades International so near is actually getting much nearer.
Kornit Digital has recently made major enhancements to its solutions portfolio.
It’s the eternal question, and seeking the answer involves not gazing into a crystal ball but one made of fabric.
Los Angeles–headquartered 3D infrastructure platform VNTANA has partnered with Tokyo-founded fastener manufacturer YKK on the development of the YKK Trim Creator.
The last three years have instigated an era of change that is just beginning, but Epson has positioned itself—quite literally—with a fresh, new vantage point.
Technology and textiles convened in Atlanta May 10–12 for the Techtextil North America and Texprocess Americas shows, which drew over 350 exhibitors...
Numbers tell stories in precise ways. Consider this: Only 23 percent of apparel executives have high confidence in their supply chain. How to ameliorate this? Well, 70 percent of the same industry leaders plan to implement process digitalization...
After checking out various shows to learn about the latest print technologies, high-demand cut-and-sew warehouse SubMFG ultimately chose Epson to make its in-house tech more efficient.
Water may be the most plentiful substance on earth, but as most of it is seawater, the life-giving liquid remains a precious commodity. Reducing its consumption in garment finishing is the key mission of Jeanologia, a Spain-based leader in sustainable technology that can reduce water usage in garment finishing to 1 percent of the amount used in conventional methods.
In a world of mutual dependencies, the only way to successfully navigate change is with more change. A fast-changing marketplace requires new technologies that can keep up with it, and the industry term for this is “solutions.”
As Beyza Baykan pursued her applied-and-computational-mathematics and international-relations studies at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, she planned for a career combating the negative impacts of climate change in developing countries.