Instead of waiting for technology vendors to introduce generative capabilities, it will be vital for designers and developers to deepen their skills, expand their toolsets, and prepare for a near-term future where their creative and commercial talents are supported by AI.
Fashion has fallen out of lockstep with the pace of change - from sustainability to self-expression. Can digital production methods bring it back in line?
Is fashion ready for a foundational change? Find out how PlatformE is tackling overproduction and wastage in the industry, and working to revolutionise product design and development.
Despite sharing many similarities in their calendars and their relationships with consumers, fashion and electronics have dramatically different outcomes around discounting and inventory. What , if anything, can fashion learn from this year’s iPhone launch?
For digital transformation to really take hold, unifying a direction is equally important to finding the right technology.
We talk to WhichPLM's CEO & Founder about the changing role of PLM and how it's only a small part of a much bigger picture.
With more new CBAM sustainability legislation coming into force in the EU, the fashion industry could see a complete reshaping of business norms and industry dynamics as part of the demand for decarbonisation. At the same time, AI and copyright laws continue their tug-of-war, awaiting the outcome of inevitable litigation.
In an unpredictable economic climate, fashion must learn to be proactive at the same time as building the data foundations that allow it to react in record time. This means working from dynamic, live data - not static spreadsheets. How can we get there?
It's no longer a question of if AI will become an integral part of enterprise systems like PLM, but a question of when and how the positive impacts will be realised.
In such a fast-paced industry, it’s time to ask whether the drive for faster delivery is worth the investment? In the second instalment in a two-part series, Mansi Kamdar discusses the investments companies are making to enable faster delivery, the challenges and risks associated with large-scale investment, and the need to balance speed with sustainability and responsibility.
Across the fashion value chain, 3D tools and digital assets are changing the way designers, developers, manufacturers, and marketing teams work. Read the latest guide from SOURCING at MAGIC and The Interline to discover why the benefits of digital workflows are so compelling.
The commercial argument for AI is compelling, but a feeling of apprehension remains among creative professionals. Fashion is now tasked with finding a way to embrace and harness AI for more than just operational efficiency.
We talk to Helene Behrenfeldt of Infor about the changing definition of PLM and how broad supply chain visibility can be focused into product-level impact assessment and management.
Building end-to-end workflows on the foundation of true Digital Twins could be the key that helps to unlock sustainability, customer experience, streamlined product design, and supply chain transparency and efficiency.