Platforms like Nuorder and Joor dissolved many pain points for brands and retailers this selling season, but they may never be a perfect solution.
From CGI artists to virtual showroom designers, BoF spotlights six careers that are going to remain popular far beyond the pandemic.
Brands and buyers are turning to digital platforms to sell upcoming collections. But success will require a blend of new and old-fashioned strategies.
Trade shows and showrooms in China were quick to trial digital platforms after the coronavirus forced the country into lockdown. Will Shanghai’s wholesale experiment be a viable model for the rest of us?
As businesses pivot to remote working and e-commerce, specialist digital platforms catering to the fashion industry seem set to grow.
The escalating coronavirus pandemic has further exposed fashion's reliance on fuel, as mandatory travel bans require executives and creatives alike to rethink everything from staging far-flung events to hosting in-person meetings.
Six takeaways from Paris Fashion Week, where everything from the coronavirus to end-times fashion changed the conversation we'll be having for the rest of the year.
This week, Zara opens a London flagship with automated order collection points and self-checkout, while Amazon's US sales are set to match Walmart's in three years.
Ordre, a digital platform for wholesaling fashion, has attracted investment from China’s largest e-commerce platform, which plans to put some of the start-up’s technology to use to sell directly to consumers.
Digital has revolutionised the front-end of fashion, but the industry’s less glossy back-end systems have remained relatively untouched — until now.