LILLIE CASSATI 29 September, 2017
ORDRE WEEKLY | THE ROLE OF DRONES IN BRANDING, RETAIL AND FASHION
"An exec at drone service company Measure discusses the unique branding solutions that drones offer brands, and the possibilities for how, someday, they may change the retail landscape at large."
Business Of Fashion
"Eco-Age and the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana will spotlight sustainability success stories as they co-host the inaugural Green Carpet Fashion Awards."
"Though “eco fashion” or “sustainable fashion” has typically been associated with developed markets due to their higher price point, research indicates that emerging market economies actually seem to care more about ethical fashion than their developed market counterparts."
"Fashion brands and industry groups have been eyeing one solution(pdf)—technology that would allow us to recycle textiles infinitely, turning old clothes into new ones again and again. But a new reportfrom Greenpeace contends that these efforts are nowhere near being viable yet. What’s first required, according to the environmental advocacy group, is for consumers to embrace “true materialism.”
Business Of Fashion
"The New Jersey-based start-up is bringing the awesome potential of synthetic biology to the fashion industry, unlocking powerful business, creative and public relations benefits."
South China Morning Post
"As companies start to experiment with artificial intelligence, experts have begun to question whether machines can truly be creative when it comes to clothing"
"Cities and struggling town centres must turn to mixed-use developments to drive retail sales, property experts have warned."
"Animal rights charity Peta is best known for its naked anti-fur stunts, but these days it is more worried about wool. Co-founder Ingrid Newkirk explains why shearing is sheer cruelty"
"British fashion brand Burberry is one of the most recognized luxury clothes labels in the world. Starting in 2006, the company aimed to reinvent itself as an “end to end” digital enterprise. Its strategy was to use Big Dataand Artificial Intelligence (AI) to boost sales and customer satisfaction."
Designers who have wholesale showrooms currently open-to-ORDRE:
ANGEL CHEN, Anna K. FFWD, Eudon Choi FFWD, LARA KHOURY, Madiyah Al Sharqui FFWD, Sid Neigum FFWD, PAULA MENDOZA, LINDER, Designer ORDRE, Max V. Koenig, OBIstudio, GOYA, JENNIFER BEHR, JOSEPH
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