From bespoke footwear to monogrammed scarves, fashion brands are increasingly offering custom-made luxury clothing.
Product recommendations for e-commerce sites are not new in concept, but the suggestions they present to shoppers are increasingly getting smarter thanks to the algorithms behind them.
We’re entering a retail renaissance where value will come from personalised shopping experiences, innovative delivery services, and entertainment blended with commerce, says Lori Mitchell-Keller of SAP.
Topman’s global digital director, Gareth Rees-John, took to the stage at Shoptalk Europe this week with a welcome reminder of the things it’s possible to do without huge budgets.
If there was one overarching term at Shoptalk Europe this week, it was artificial intelligence, or the role of systems to facilitate smarter and more personalised customer experiences.
Sunglass Hut is working with artificial intelligence firm, Sentient Technologies, to provide on-the-fly search personalisation for consumers.
Sephora tops a new index ranking 100 brands on the quality and degree of personalisation in their customer experience.
A round-up of everything you might have missed in relevant fashion business, digital comms and tech industry news over the past week, including Ralph Lauren’s Instagram Stories campaign at NYFW.
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 Nike’s scavenger hunts.
A round-up of everything you might have missed in relevant fashion business, digital comms and tech industry news over the past week.
More than 82% of UK retailers believe machine learning will have an impact on the retail sector, with 48% saying they’re currently use it in their business, according to Qubit.
Loewe has teamed up with Berlin-based VOJD Studios, which specialises in 3D printed luxury goods, to produce a bracelet made from a newly developed ceramics material.
A full round-up of everything you might have missed in relevant fashion business, digital comms and tech industry news over the past week.
Personalisation looks to be at the heart of what L’Oréal is focusing on with the first five start-ups selected to participate in its accelerator programme with Founders Factory.
Intel is planning to invest over $100 million in the retail industry over the next five years, it announced at the NRF Retail’s Big Show in New York this week.
A full round-up of everything you might have missed in relevant fashion business, digital comms and tech industry news over the past week, including what went wrong for Nasty Gal.
Artificial intelligence promises benefits for both retailers and their customers, from personalised discovery to the surfacing of entire catalogues, writes Andy Narayanan of Sentient Technologies.
Today’s luxury consumers come in many different shapes and forms, making a one-size-fits-all mode of marketing no longer good enough, says Mike Cullis of Soul.
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 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.
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 […]
For those in London this festive season, there’s a pop-up shop in Covent Garden worth taking the time to visit. Unmade, as it’s called, is tucked down an unimposing side street off the main piazza. Away from the street entertainers […]
Primark is celebrating all-things Christmas jumpers with a Twitter campaign this Friday that will see fortunes told via customised videos and animated GIFs. The value-based fashion retailer, which has recently opened its first two stores in the US as well […]