Valentin Karabanov is the creative director and founder of digital fashion brand VALENTINS, which operates in the intersection of fashion design, custom made digital projects, digital transformation and 3D fashion education. Valentin has also worked with Browzwear, and has 3 decades of experience in fashion product development for apparel brands and runway designers.
In his first piece for 2021, Founder & CEO of WhichPLM Mark Harrop, shares the benefits of using Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning within PLM. He believes that if PLM vendors accelerate and expand their use of AI it will become, without a doubt, a critical element of any fashion company’s 2021 strategy.
In his first post for WhichPLM this year, fit expert Mark Charlton explores the competitive advantage that is fit. Mark believes that fit and sizing need to be treated in a similar way to other product attributes (colour, fabric, wash etc.) in order to be fully understood and iterated.
In his latest piece for WhichPLM, Yotam Solomon (resident Expert) discusses how companies in the fashion industry have the ability to define their unique sustainability methodology. Yotam is a fashion designer & product developer focusing on cradle-to-cradle innovation in RFA; he is currently the Creative Director of Covalent.
In their latest post for WhichPLM, Gerber Technology shares their view on the current situation when it comes to automation in Fashion. Since they first automated the industry 50 years ago, Gerbrer has continuously revolustionized digitally connected solutions to maximize production quality and hekp customers get to market faster, smarter and better than ever.
In her first post for WhichPLM, Nzinga Graham-Smith, Founding & Business Development Director for The ForeverGreen Group, discusses how businesses can retain their customers during these uncertain times – with specific reference to female customers. The ForeverGreen Group’s purpose is building a multinational ‘Aspirational Style of Living’ brand for women and a platform to fully express themselves.
Many fashion companies have already invested in a form of digitization by deploying PLM solutions, but these are no longer sufficient to deliver what is required today. Progressive companies are now realizing that they must fundamentally change the way they have previously operated.