Millions of low-cost fashion products are showing up in thrift stores and on resale sites, but that’s not curbing the industry’s primary growth.
Young consumers are pushing brands to reconsider their approach to gendered collections.
Capital is flowing into technologies that make fashion commerce more nimble, more sustainable and more engaging to shoppers — and, of course, the metaverse.
In the final episode, professor of psychology Sheldon Solomon, Depop’s head of sustainability Justine Porterie, The Fabricant's head of content and strategy Michaela Larosse, and Chloé's chief sustainability officer Aude Vergne join retail futurist Doug Stephens to explore how evolving consumer preferences are manifesting in purchasing decisions.
In the second season of the hit podcast series with host Doug Stephens, 14 global authorities and thought leaders, from fashion and retail executives to futurists and academics, share insights on the changing consumer lifestyles and expectations shaping the retail ecosystem.