The Interline rounds up the most vital talking points from across the fashion tech landscape. This week: retail's second technology-driven tipping point looms.
3D body scanning and body data platforms create the opportunity to use virtual twins of people as well as products.
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.
We examine the history of sizing surveys, and look forward to a future where fit can be personalised through technology.
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.
The Interline talks to Ewelina Barlak, a red carpet patternmaker, about how 3D is being used in the highest echelons of fashion.
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 pandemic has turned over a rock and shown us that technology should be used to support a more equitable model for fashion - not as a crutch to bring the old ways back to life unaltered.
The Interline rounds up the most vital talking points from across the fashion tech landscape. This week, retailers must shoulder the burden of their employees' health and make tough decisions on discounting, while Optitex is acquired.
The Interline rounds up the most vital talking points from across the fashion tech landscape. This week, how remote working could redefine how we share ourselves, and how China dominates manufacturing and social commerce.
Fashion has no choice other than to finish its digital transformation. Now, with 3D, we look at how that's going to happen.
As COVID-19 transforms the world economy and stretches international supply chains to breaking point, digital printing offers a clear opportunity.
In the first instalment of a five-part series, Mark Harrop looks at material scanning - the first logical step towards digital product creation.
There's a good chance that "business as usual" is not coming back. Fashion has all the building blocks to prepare for the future. Now it needs to use them.