The human impacts of environmental disruption could change fashion's decision-making and digitisation processes – from production to point of sale. What lessons can the industry learn from smart cotton sourcing?
As attention turns to the inward truth behind fashion's outward commitments to environment and ethics, how will real regulation move the needle? And can technology help keep brands ahead of the curve?
In an exclusive new partnership, Made2Flow, providers of transparent environmental impact assessment solutions for the fashion industry, and Frontier.cool, creators of AI-driven material digitisation and world-class supply chain collaboration platforms, are combining the benefits of high-quality digital materials with turnkey access to science-backed carbon emission data - supporting major strides in sustainability throughout the fashion value chain.
From self-imposed commitments to external regulation, the fashion industry has ambitious-but-essential targets to meet. Together with Fashion Revolution, we examine the industry's progress and the role of technology in unlocking more radical transparency and sustainability strategies.
Beyond bringing more sustainable products to market, fashion must find ways to extend the life of products, and to own their post-sale journeys.
What supply chain transparency means to a brand that has been practicing it for a long time. And what lessons that can offer for fashion as we move into an era of external regulation and accountability.
Tightening regulations and sweeping 2030 sustainability targets will define a new age of sustainability. Across materials and labour, fashion brands will need sweeping change to compete.Coats Digital
A report published by UAL Fashion, Textiles and Technology Institute (FTTI) in partnership with the British Council today shares the findings and case studies from a first-of-its-kind programme nurturing international cooperation around ethically responsible and socially engaged fashion and textile design.
We unpack what it meant to bring fashion technology to life for a whole new audience in Las Vegas this summer - and what implications that has for the digital transformation of fashion as a whole.
When it comes to sustainable fashion, how can technology save the day?
Across eCommerce and the Metaverse, bold COVID-era visions are beginning to clash with the corporate and consumer squeeze.
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.
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.
To really move the needle on fashion's outsized environmental impact, we need products that are designed with sustainability at their core, instead of just the surface level.