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.
How far has the vision for end-to-end digital transformation been realised? And how prepared are the next generation of fashion talent? We put together a unique event, in partnership with The University Of Manchester and a panel of forward-thinking technology vendors, to find out.
Many sustainability strategies have stalled at the materials and environmental impact stage, but the humanitarian impact of fashion now needs to be quantified.
Beyond materials and waste, sustainability in fashion now needs to account for fair wages. Find out how by attending our free roundtable.
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.
Our Editor-in-Chief will host a panel discussion on the future of fashion and retail - from transformative new consumer experiences to fundamental shifts in sustainability.
Across a keynote presentation and panel discussion, The Interline will help articulate the value of digital materials to an industry that has made digital product creation a priority.
Uncertainty is everywhere as retail reopens post-pandemic, and everything is open to re-evaluation. This workshop replay captures the retail recovery at a critical juncture.