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RFID Special Report, Part II: 20/20 In 2020 — Inventory Accuracy Takes Center Stage

In this section of the report, we focus on technology advances and things to consider when making investment decisions.

Small T-Shirt Company Reaps Big Rewards with RFID Item-Level Tagging

Southern Fried Cotton (SFC) proved that SKU-level RFID product identification delivers the same game-changing benefits for a small enterprise as it does for companies operating on a larger scale.

Flash Sales Troubles AI Can Fix

AI can help predict sales dynamics and craft optimal prices for every repricing cycle — quickly.

Traditional denim production has a major negative impact on the environment and the people who make it. Here's how to improve the process.

Artificial intelligence (AI) holds the potential to revolutionize retail, and retailers know it.

Brands need to execute a flawlessly human experience, or risk losing customers and profits in the process.

Between the two of them, Wigwam and Bollman have been manufacturing socks and hats in the United States for 265 years, collectively.

The new hyper-curated service is made possible by the company’s increasing gains in data science.


Apparel's 2019 Top Innovators: Nomination Form

In its May 2019 issue, Apparel Magazine will recognize up to 40 innovative apparel retailers, brands and manufacturers and the strategic business partners that have made them great! 

Nomination Deadline: February 26, 2019

Nominate an apparel company here

Taking a Look at The Cotton Road

This 2014 documentary explores the commodity of cotton from South Carolina farms to Chinese factories, illuminating the work and industrial processes of the global supply chain that brings 20 billion new items of clothing to market each year.

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A Farewell from the Editor

It's been a wonderful 24 years with Apparel.


You Are What You Optimize For

We need to make sure we are measuring what matters to human lives.


Introduction, Innovation and Opportunity

I’m excited to be working with Apparel because it crosses the entire supply chain to encompass the best of both worlds — retailer and manufacturer. That broad view helps us uncover the path to effective and transparent collaboration for all parties as we face increasing disruption and consumer-centricity.

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