TwentyFour15 is a line of app-connected, fibre optic, colour-changing apparel – a fashion brand for the digital generation with technology in its DNA.
Rebecca Minkoff is continuing on her tech-enabled journey, this time introducing smart tags to handbags in order to offer consumers access to exclusive content and experiences.
Last week’s CES trends might have been pretty heavy on the automotive and voice control technology front, but there were lots of bits hidden in there more directly relevant for the fashion and retail markets too.
Consumers across Europe show fluctuating habits when adopting new technologies around shopping, but Italy and Spain take the lead, according to Retail Week’s latest report.
As models walked the runway at Paris Fashion Week, a visual projection showcased their stress levels via biofeedback sent from the connected accessories they were wearing.
At initial glance, the new “Levi’s Commuter x Jacquard by Google Trucker Jacket” appears like a straightforward piece of clothing – in fact it’s a subtle piece of wearable technology cleverly combining form and function.
eBay has launched a virtual reality department store in partnership with Australian retailer Myer that enables consumers to explore and shop products merely by using their eyes.
Your round-up of the latest fashion and technology stories to know, from Balmain’s see now, buy now moves, to a new deal that will see 10 billion items of connected clothing, as well as further updates from LVMH, H&M and Gap.
This “switching on” of the fashion industry is the outcome of a partnership between Avery Dennison, a global leader in branding, labeling and RFID solutions, and IOT platform EVRYTHNG.
In a bid to “reimagine the future of retail”, creative agency R/GA has launched an accelerator program in partnership with Westfield Labs for growth-stage and early-stage start-ups.
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”.
It’s been another big year for the fashion industry and its integration with technology: from the release of the (Hermès) Apple Watch, to Natalie Massenet’s departure from Net-a-Porter as it merged with Yoox, not to mention the ongoing and evolving […]
Here’s a round-up of the latest stories to know about surrounding all things fashion and tech… Iris van Herpen’s astonishing designs don’t look like ‘clothes.’ They look like the future (as pictured) [The Washington Post] TAG Heuer Connected: the first […]
You might remember the Intel MemoMi mirror from the NRF Big Show in 2014 – a smart device for the fitting room that captures 10-second clips of shoppers in their new looks. Using patented “perspective-distortion correction” technology, it shows 360-degree […]
A round-up of the latest stories to know about surrounding all things fashion and tech… Amazon to open first brick-and-mortar site in New York [WSJ] Burberry remains digital luxury leader, while Céline trails industry [BoF] Apple Watch graces cover of […]
I discovered this video when writing a story about the future of shopping this week, and thought it worth resurfacing. It’s a simple premise: the shopper removes items from the rail and as they do so they activate content on […]
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