TwentyFour15 is a line of app-connected, fibre optic, colour-changing apparel – a fashion brand for the digital generation with technology in its DNA.
If time is the greatest luxury for modern consumers, Nordstrom is steadily proving that convenience is one of the foremost things it can offer its shoppers.
A round-up of everything you might have missed in relevant fashion business, digital comms and tech industry news over the past week, including the rise of robotics in retail.
Gucci has unveiled a new content campaign called Gucci Places, dedicated to exploring the locations around the world that have inspired the brand over the years.
Luxury e-commerce group Yoox Net-a-Porter is working on an initiative that will allow customers to buy products directly through Facebook-owned messaging service, Whatsapp.
Tommy Hilfiger’s partnership with Slyce on an image recognition app for its LA show last month, resulted in an uptick around first time visitors to its website.
John Lewis is to invest £4 million in a new customer service initiative, which will see 8,000 sales associates receive iPhones to enable them to help shoppers in store.
A full round-up of everything you might have missed in relevant fashion business, digital comms and tech industry news this past week.
Primark has unveiled its own “Keyboard” for the festive period featuring a multitude of Christmas-themed emojis including novelty jumpers, gingerbread men, a pug and a shopping bag.
A round-up of everything you might have missed in fashion and technology news over the past week, from the need for high-skilled immigration policy to Tiffany & Co on Snapchat.
The push for branded emojis continues – this time with British resortwear label, Prism, introducing a series of shareable characters to support the launch of its pre-fall 2016 collection.
Farfetch is the latest brand to jump into the Apple Music game, launching a new channel under the streaming service’s fashion header this week.
British designer Anya Hindmarch has launched PIX by Anya; an app tied to her AW16 collection focusing on pixelated digital artwork.
Rimmel has introduced a new app that allows users to try out the make-up styles of everyone from friends in real life through to celebrities in magazine images.
A round-up of everything you might have missed in fashion and technology news over the past week, from Anthony Vaccarello’s new Saint Laurent to why Samsung wants to bring VR to the industry.
A round-up of everything you might have missed in fashion and technology news over the past fortnight, from Alexander Wang’s views on Amazon to L’Oréal’s branded content in China.
Your round-up of the latest fashion and technology stories to know, from Gucci’s digital strategy to the latest round of funding at Farfetch, as well as further updates from Snapchat, Westfield and Brooklyn’s wearable revolution.
Your round-up of the latest fashion and technology stories to know, from the big focus on chatbots following F8, to new updates from Burberry and Ralph Lauren , as well as another look at whether social can sell.
Spring’s new personal shopping bot on Facebook Messenger offers users a simple route to commerce through conversation based on a series of multiple-choice questions.
Conversational commerce is the name of the game for Sephora with its new chatbot on teen messaging app Kik, where it’s serving up content including how-to videos and product reviews in a bid to drive new conversions.
Your round-up of the latest fashion and technology stories to know, from Yoox Net-a-Porter to Valentino and Lacoste, as well as Alibaba’s virtual reality plans and The North Face’s Watson-powered mobile shopping app.
In what will come as little of a surprise, Facebook is backing the idea of consumers being able to shop directly through messaging apps – pushing for retailers to use Messenger for customer service and beyond.
Whether you weren’t able to make it to Austin, or indeed were on the ground but overwhelmed by the madness, here’s a round-up of everything that went on by way of the top stories to read.
Nike has unveiled a raft of new tech-based sports shoes that it said represented “new breakthroughs in performance… the all-access pass to your potential”.
Online e-commerce site Revolve is teaming up with delivery service Postmates for a special festival-themed campaign during SXSW this year that will see delivery in under 60 minutes.
Competition in the pureplay fashion e-tail sector is heating up, but omnichannel retailers are also upping their game, which means yesterday’s news from Zalando and Target makes interesting reading.
Uber might be introducing services that help you get your shopping faster, but during New York Fashion Week it’s letting you get it for free too. The taxi-hailing app has teamed up with fashion e-commerce platform Lyst for a campaign […]
Yes, you read that right. JW Anderson is turning to gay dating app, Grindr, to stream its autumn/winter 2016/17 menswear show during London Collections: Men this Sunday. The London-based designer will take to the platform – otherwise known as a […]
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