Where luxury fashion houses were once built around exclusivity, digital and social media is forcing high-end brands from Burberry to Tommy Hilfiger to open up.


If there’s one technology fashion brands are all in on, it’s chatbots.


Analytics remains a hot topic for apparel retailers, especially as consumer shopping habits continue to evole.Apparel Magazine caught up with Zensar CEO Sandeep Kishore to get his take on how retailers can leverage this technology to improve operations and connect with customers. 


In advance of Burberry’s first ‘see now, buy now’ show, BoF breaks down the brand’s new operating model.


More than two in five retailers face some sort of price recommendation or restriction from manufacturers, the European Commission said.


A slew of fashion start-ups are crowdsourcing critical business decisions. Is it working?


It's not just clothes they're transforming, it's how—and when and where—we consume them.


In a major breakthrough in clothing manufacturing, a Seattle, US based technology start-up has announced that it has achieved the long-sought goal of automated sewing. The company achieved this milestone by using an industrial robot to sew together a t-shirt. It is the first time that a robot has been used to sew an entire article of clothing.


An advert on Amazon reveals that the web giant is working on a new e-store. After jeans and designer jewellery, the online retailer is approaching manufacturers of hand-crafted products.


Getting consumers to buy luxury products on is just one small piece of a much wider strategy to disrupt the fashion industry like never before.


Instagram is the fashionistas' first choice among social media. This is no longer a surprise, and the latest statistics, published on Tuesday by the 500 million-member social network, as the Spring/Summer 2017 fashion weeks are kicking off, merely confirm the facts: 50% of Instagrammers follow a brand, 45% of European members browse the platform seeking inspiration for their looks, 35% take pictures of themselves to show their looks and 16% share their top fashion picks in stores - more than one in three members state they have purchased a fashion item selected on Instagram.


According to a recent forecast released by eMarketer, Snapchat is on track to rake in nearly $1 billion dollars in ad revenues in the coming year.