By Christian Chensvold, Associate Editor | November 9, 2023
The Israel-Hamas War may seem oceans away to most of us, but for Kornit Digital it’s right outside the office windows.
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.
The iconic five-pocket blue jean invented by Levi Strauss turns the big one-five-oh...
An oasis amongst the hustle and bustle of the big Las Vegas shows, the International Fashion Jewelry and Accessory Group presented a select gathering of exhibitors Feb. 11–14 at the Embassy Suites by Hilton.
As Web3 elements such as blockchain, NFTs, the metaverse and gaming gain traction, how will they affect the apparel industry?
Fashion is experiencing a digital renaissance and poly-crisis at the same time. There is a fresh world of opportunity called the metaverse and a threat to human creativity called Artificial Intelligence.
Informa Markets Fashion and Fashion Snoops hosted “The Evolution of Retail,” the first session in its Fashion Tech Series—educational online events to showcase innovations that will build a more efficient, agile and leaner fashion industry.
NYDJ—formerly known as Not Your Daughter’s Jeans—has unveiled a new eco-friendly wash called IndigoLast that will take its place alongside the brand’s BlackLast and BlueLast eco-friendly collections.
Everything But Water, the largest women’s specialty-swim and resort brand, announced it has deployed Manhattan Associates’Manhattan Active Omni solution as part of its full-scale digital-retail-transformation project across its 85 U.S. locations.
In the past, obsolete fashion was cast into the dustbin of history. But legislation working its way through Europe and slowly making its way to the U.S. will soon require that garments find their way back into a circular marketplace rather than a landfill.
Leading technology firm TUKAweb, a division of the TUKAgroup, has partnered with the Black Design Collective to support the amplification of BDC’s mission.
Fashion executives, technology leaders and innovators gathered at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in downtown Los Angeles Dec. 8 for the Ideation on the Road 2022 conference.
What is the future of fashion? No, not the next style but the actual process of making and selling it. Increasingly it’s looking like a new paradigm based less on the fast and disposable and more on the durable and recyclable.