Your weekly insights on the forces shaping the Fashion Industry.
So it’s week 2 with me and as someone who spends her time trawling through the internet to find you guys the best content. There has been an outstanding increase in efforts being made from larger and more established brands with tech, FINALLY.
Below you will find names like Mango, Gucci, H&M and Adidas showing how they are leveling up and integrating technology in a meaningful way to both their brand and their consumer. It’s what we like to see!
This week I’m sharing with you articles on:
AR by Gucci
Livestream shopping with Monki
Flowers: The new superhero material in fashion
H&M tries renting
The Google equivalent startup for Vintage Shopping
Mango’s new logistics center all about speed
Circulose: cotton being given a 360 life
……. as always all I ask in return, is to simply give it a thumbs up or thumbs down and to please leave any suggestions whether it’s telling me what you would like to see more of or to simply share with me some news you think I might have missed.
PANGAIA is a hybrid company bringing together material science through R&D and demonstrate its textile prowess via its own-brand fashion collections. One material that’s gained superhero status from this: Flowers
Listen to BoF’s Lauren Sherman and Sarah Kent in conversation with John Thorbeck, chairman of Chainge Capital, as they discuss the challenges of inventory facing H&M, its competitors and the wider fashion industry.
Techstars Startup Digest Fashion Tech is curated by:
Sinéad O'Keeffe- Community Leader & Facilitator with Techstars 🌟| Your New 👕+💻 Curator at Startup Digest | Recent Grad from a BA in Marketing and Digital Media 📜👩🏻🎓 email@example.com
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