November 2016

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November 2016

Moving beyond just putting wires into clothing, the world of wearable tech is investing big money in developing smart fabrics and advanced manufacturing, while nimble startups create novel products and solutions that are market-ready.

Amazon is a well-known disruptor, and with the introduction of its private-label apparel brands, the company has positioned itself to shake things up in fashion and apparel. For the apparel industry at large, understanding how consumers feel about Amazon private-label is crucial.

We live in a complex world that today seems more interwoven than ever before due to the rise of technology, trade and other forces that have exponentially increased the interconnectivity among all members of the globe.  Very recently, I’ve had the sense that we are at a tipping point, and that

What a differentiator it would be if a fashion label could leverage the same technology platform to power compliance efforts and empower consumers with valuable supply chain insights. Get ready, because that reality is near.

Being a digitally connected business, with integration from end to end, is the key to keeping pace with connected consumers.

E-commerce men's wear company delays billing customers while they size up their orders during a "try-out period."