After our April - May focus on 3D, the conversation has advanced for several brands and retailers. Beyond 3D modelling we enter the domain of digital materials, where standardisation and interoperability are the hottest topics.
London-born spectacle brand Cubitts has a bold vision for the future - where 3D, machine learning, and connected cutting machines mean every frame can be made to measure. But first they need to overcome COVID-19. We talk with CEO Tom Broughton about how.
We speak to Peter Leferink, of the Amsterdam Fashion Institute, about the need for not just a new model for fashion, but a new type of fashion professional.
The team at The Fabricant have made their reputation by showing the fashion industry a different way forward. We sit down with Adriana to talk about the wilder side of digital design and creation.
From hype to unbridled innovation, sneakers steer the fashion conversation. We talk to Cesar Idrobo of YEEZY about creativity and his search for technology that understands the craft.
The Interline and Private White V.C. talk regional supply chains, 3D, where tradition meets technology, and how fashion is looking inward - in a good way.
We speak to Joe McDonnell, Head of Insight at WGSN, to try and get a finger on the pulse of a world where predicting tomorrow is harder than it's ever been.
The Interline talks to Kayla Marci, Market Analyst at EDITED, about how far data can offer certainty at fashion retail's most uncertain time.
The Interline sits down virtually with Matthew Drinkwater, head of the Fashion Innovation Agency at LCF, to talk 3D, AI, and fashion's tech-driven future.