Working in 3D can shorten the development cycle of products dramatically. And digital-only fashion could sidestep the industry's legacy of overproduction. But does digital working automatically equate to sustainable working? And is digital-only fashion creating a false perception of what comprehensive DPC should really mean?
The gap between the digital skills the fashion industry wants to hire and what's actually being taught to students is widening. But where does the responsibility of hiring, training, and educating the next generation fall?