The startup known for its custom-fit jeans, armed with a fresh $14 million in funding, wants to make just-in-time production available to brands and suppliers globally.
Launching later this month, AI Fashion Week promotes AI as a tool for fashion and supports emerging designers working with the technology. Three winners’ garments will be produced physically and sold…
The Unilever-owned brand has teamed up with Open Source Afro Hair Library on over a dozen Black hair textures and styles.
As Gen Z consumers show unique online behaviour, brands should evolve their marketing strategies and reconsider platforms to reach younger audiences.
The series A funding will go towards hiring and expanding its work helping brands measure and improve the impact of virtual worlds and digital goods.
The second iteration in late March will bridge Decentraland with other virtual worlds, with a focus on digital-physical crossovers and more support for brands.
The industry’s efforts do little to move the needle when it comes to sustainable fashion. Small brands could offer some solutions.
For its second immersive, virtual experience, Vogue Business showcased seven three-dimensional digital fashion pieces in the metaverse. The Member-only experience included designer-narrated audio…
The links between luxury fashion and gaming are strengthening as Gucci launches an academy to support emerging esports players to go professional.
The long-awaited digital shoes are available to people who own Rtfkt’s mysterious Mnlth NFTs.
The Responsible Business Coalition, Accenture and Vogue came together to create the Impact Index, a logo designed to tell customers how to better understand their clothing’s sustainability…
Consumer data capture is entering a new era. Luxury brands are turning from first and third-party cookies to zero-party data — information that a customer freely provides.
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