As brands and retailers embrace software and modeling tools, digital fashion is becoming critical to the production process for physical fashion.
Plus: Underwater internet cables and an island in Connecticut.
Plus: Old music is in, and Peacock is losing money.
Amazon will launch a 30k-square-foot fashion retail store in LA later this year, using its latest tech.
Shein, a Chinese online retailer, has taken fast fashion by storm. Why?
Plus: The Amazon rainforest is on Facebook Marketplace, and apartments are going fast in NYC.
Allbirds, the sustainable shoemaker, filed for an IPO, calling it the 1st sustainable public equity offering.
Metafabric can reflect sunlight and keep you cool, meaning less heat injuries and reliance on AC.
Big brands are getting into adaptive clothing -- clothes with design features that help people with disabilities.
Gen Z teens are taking their talents to Depop and making big money flipping vintage items.
To stay culturally relevant and compete with upstarts, Victoria’s Secret is embracing new trends, including athleisure and body positivity.
Labor practices in the cotton industry in China’s Xinjiang region have become a hot point for global fashion brands.
Evolved By Nature is commercializing “liquid silk” as a natural alternative for activewear, and Gentrue just started selling gear using the technology.
Supreme started as a skate shop in New York but built its $2.1B brand in Japan.
A group of startups wants to make it easier to find the perfect fit in clothes. Some say we won’t even have clothing sizes in the future.
Victoria’s Secret’s signature event is cancelled, largely due to ongoing criticism about the company’s objectification of women.