The booming consumer appetite for customisation is underpinning a new wave of flagship-store concepts in London – with personalisation stations driving both impulse buys and post-purchase upgrades.
Swedish app combines digital technology with fashion by monitoring activity and translating it into a personalised fabric.
Sophisticated new virtual try-on tools, both online and instore, are capitalising on consumers' increased willingness to use tech to trial products
Adidas has unveiled the Ultra Boost Uncaged Parley running shoe – the first mass produced footwear created using Parley Ocean Plastic.
New York based skatewear brand and serial collaborator Supreme has teamed up with Louis Vuitton for the French house’s Autumn/Winter 2017/18 menswear show.
Luxury brands are embracing purpose-led business models in a bid to navigate an increasingly turbulent consumer environment, according to Shopping with a Purpose: The New Retail Revolution.
2015 saw, 45% of shoppers spent money on personalising a product or experience Bolstering that appetite, technological advances are making customisation increasingly affordable.
A person's posture and body language subconsciously conveys their emotions to those around them, and their choice of clothing can project a lot about their state of mind.
Molly Goddard is the subject of a new interactive exhibition at London’s Now Gallery, where visitors are invited to participate in embellishing the British fashion designer’s signature oversized tulle dresses.
French luxury fashion house Hermes and Italian luxury homeware brand Fornasetti have both launched online videos providing imaginative glimpses into their ateliers.
In preparation for the 80th anniversary of its scarf division La Maison des Carrés in 2017, Hermès has already begun paying homage to its most iconic product – the printed silk scarf. A series of retrostyle laundry popups will include a free scarf-freshing service, regardless of the brand.