Industry 4.0, or smart manufacturing, is often referred to as the fourth industrial revolution.
FOMO. This is one abbreviation that sums up the millennial mentality.
The globalized digital world has given birth to a new breed of consumers. With an unlimited variety of choices at their fingertips, today’s fashion consumers are informed, impatient and fickle.
Announce that influencers are changing the way we market fashion to a crowd of industry professionals and you’re likely to get an unimpressed, “Tell me something I don’t know” in response.
They love shopping on their smartphones. They want a brick-and-mortar experience. They’re tight with a buck. They value quality over quantity. They want to feel like unique snowflakes.
When it comes to choosing a location for apparel manufacturing, which criteria matter for fashion’s decision-makers?
We view fashion products as physical objects but little do we know that behind each of them, lies its digital identity.
For Benoît Sabatier, CEO and co-founder of the start-up Clother, with big data, it is the (very) young consumers who make the fashion.
Smart clothing is a segment of the wearables market that also includes smart watches and glasses, fitness trackers, body sensors, and wearable cameras.
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