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Fashion Industry Event to Unpack What It Takes to Win at Retail

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Is L.A. the Future of the American Runway?

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How Perfitly Is Re-creating the Physical Fitting Room

With 97 percent accuracy in Perfitly avatars, actual garment details (including fabric drape, texture and size) are e-manufactured.

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Technology

Battered at SXSW, Tech Insiders Argue for Political Middle Ground

After forceful calls for the break up of big tech names, industry insiders see a more measured path forward.

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More fashion brands are sourcing sustainable cotton through the Better Cotton Initiative.

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Last of Its Cotton Kind: Giza 45

Ayman Nassar, ceo and founder of Egyptian cotton producer Setcore Spinning, speaks on the “rarest, most luxurious” cotton: Giza 45.

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How Amazon’s Tackling Fashion Retail With Machine-Learning

The company is working on how to expand its fashion offerings through technology.

clock March 11, 2019Adriana Lee

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L’Oréal Partners With Citizen Science Outfit uBiome

The company aims to demonstrate the link between science and skin health.

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Technology

Bonobos’ Spaly Hits SXSW With Advice for Start-ups

Bonobos cofounder Brian Spaly weighs in on Revolve, Stitch Fix, the VC scene and what start-ups need to know today.

clock March 9, 2019Adriana Lee

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Pitney Bowes’ Latest Solution Aims to Make All the Right Connections

The company’s “Consumer Connect” platform aims to improve the post-purchase shopping experience.

clock March 8, 2019Arthur Zaczkiewicz

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Warnings for Retail at Shoptalk

The Las Vegas retail conference offered up single warning from many different voices — change or else.

clock March 8, 2019Adriana Lee

Shay Mitchell appears in the latest video series supporting female entrepreneurship from Shopify.

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Shopify Introduces ‘Beauty Mark’ Video Series for Female Entrepreneurs

In celebration of International Women’s Day, Shopify launches new video series featuring diverse female entrepreneurs.

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As Facial Recognition Technology Expands, Consumers Remain Wary

The technology is being used to improve shopping experiences, but also prevent crime.

clock March 7, 2019Arthur Zaczkiewicz

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Technology

How Tapestry Weaves Innovation

Ceo Victor Luis explained at Shoptalk how the company behind Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman approaches innovation.

clock March 6, 2019Adriana Lee

Last-mile delivery solutions enable "now commerce."

Technology

Last-Mile Delivery Solution Shipsi Announces New Partners

Recognized as a 2018 TechStars alum and new cohort member of New York Tech Fashion Lab, Shipsi expands its logistical network.

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Technology

Modcloth Highlights Nonconformism in Latest Campaign

The brand is calling out the individual styles of consumers and influencers.

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Technology

Google Reveals Shoppable Google Image Ads at Shoptalk

Because instant purchase and immediate gratification.

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Retailers Remain Vulnerable to Mobile Cyber Attacks

Incidents involving mobile devices increased last year as smartphones carry more user data.

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