The future of fashion and retail is constantly being rewritten and, in today’s ever-connected times, it can be difficult for brands and retailers alike to know where – and how – to make their next move. So, which trends should brands really be tapping into to future-proof themselves and turn insights into consumer interactions? Here, we take a look at the 12 months ahead to weigh up the potential of personalisation, end-to-end operations and reconsidering digital media as we know it.
Refinery29 does it again: this time they’re partnering with MADE Fashion Week to support rising design, fashion and art when the world is looking at the fashion stage in New York.
Rachel Tipograph is “making Gap cool again for the first time since Bill Clinton was President,” according to Business Insider. As Gap’s Global Director of Digital & Social Media, Rachel oversees strategy, implementation and measurement. She judged the pitches at the world’s first Fashion Hackathon, and we chatted with her on what tech she can’t live without.
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