Can augmented-reality glasses be to digital fashion what the iPod was to digital music?
This week, everyone will be talking about Meta’s new store and its Ray-Ban smart glasses, plus the selloff in tech stocks that has hurt the prospects of fashion’s unicorns.
Meta’s founder and chief executive met up with several power players, according to the evidence on Instagram.
The decline of Twitter is a symptom of what’s broken with social media — and why fashion may need to consider its future beyond such platforms.
Young, wealthy professionals have flooded Miami and Austin over the last 18 months, and luxury brands are following the money. But selling to a newly minted tech millionaire isn’t always so simple.
While announcing Facebook’s rebrand as Meta, Mark Zuckerberg offered his vision of the metaverse, and how we’ll dress in it.
The company has rebranded as Meta amid controversy over the social network that previously defined its corporate identity.
Leaked internal documents show Facebook is concerned the fashion and beauty content on its platforms can make users feel worse about themselves. But brands must assess their own culpability too.
The companies debuted the product, called Ray-Ban Stories, on Thursday. It retails for $299 and is for sale at both Ray-Ban stores and on its
Led by Facebook, social media platforms from Alphabet’s YouTube to Snap Inc and Twitter are investing heavily in shopping features to drive revenue
Facebook Inc.’s Instagram is adding new shopping tools, like letting people search for products using an image, as it expands e-commerce offerings
Shopify Inc. will open up its e-commerce checkout system to all retailers selling through Google and Facebook Inc., expanding an existing