Hear industry figures who are working to forge the future of Web3 fashion explain what the Metaverse means to them.
Technology has become intertwined with the evolution of fashion, so it's becoming a progressively bigger part of fashion events and live institutions. We unpick what that means for the future.
The task of realising the vision for Metaverse fashion has now turned to asking foundational questions rather than future-gazing. We start exploring some answers.
To overcome uncertainty and capture new opportunities, nearly every role in fashion will be influenced by technology. We explore what this means for fashion professionals - in writing, and in person as part of a new live event partnership.
As fashion enters the Metaverse, brand reputations are becoming increasingly aligned with their attitudes and actions around data privacy.
With experts unable to confirm how long crypto's collapse might last, will this sudden change affect the appetite among influential brands to invest in crypto payments?
While the potential of blockchain technologies has been voiced and solutions now exist, the issue comes with scaling these approaches up across the industry. If one large scale implementation is successful, then maybe this is all it will take to give others the confidence to follow suit.Centric Software
The Interline and The University of Manchester unite for a festival of technology, celebrating the return of in-person events with a full-spectrum look at the future of fashion technology.
The Interline was invited to lead a far-ranging panel discussion on the future of fashion at the inaugural Exthereal event. The full replay is now available to watch on-demand.
The Interline analyses the most vital fashion technology news. This week: fashion may be ready, but the Metaverse is only part-formed, sustainability rests on even shakier foundations, and other stories.
True material transparency has two prerequisites: visibility at the fibre level, and the right technology to carry that visibility from one end of the value chain to the other, with integrity. The pieces are falling into place for both.
Everledger recently made headlines by backing Alexander McQueen's MCQ label with blockchain-based proof of provenance & authenticity. We talk to Leanne Kemp about where blockchain for fashion goes from here.