The long-standing "push" model of apparel production could soon be replaced, at least in part, by an all-digital data-driven "pull". Here's how that could happen.
Fashion is facing change on a grander scale than anything in living memory. Now is its chance to move from the traditional supply model to a true demand chain.
The end of our examination of all things 3D, this summary sets out some practical steps you can take to realise your 3D ambitions.
3D body scanning and body data platforms create the opportunity to use virtual twins of people as well as products.
We examine the history of sizing surveys, and look forward to a future where fit can be personalised through technology.
As fashion rushes headlong to embrace 3D, it is vital that virtual materials can be judged based on their look, "feel", and performance.
The COVID-19 crisis has kicked the digital transformation of the footwear sector into high gear. We speak to Romans CAD about 3D footwear design and the on-demand future.
In the first instalment of a five-part series, Mark Harrop looks at material scanning - the first logical step towards digital product creation.
After investing in downstream customer excellence, luxury now realises just how much more digitalisation remains when its leading brands look upstream.
Luxury has already gone digital. Now AI offers the opportunity to work smarter, and to secure luxury brands' future as the brightest lights in fashion.