Here, resident digital printing expert Debbie McKeegan shares the benefits of emerging micro-factories in the Fashion and Textile industries. Debbie is the CEO of TexIntel – an expert advisory practice serving the Creative, Digital and Print Textile manufacturing Industry.
In a very topical final exclusive for 2018, resident Expert Dr Evridiki Papahristou explores 3D in relation to the popular Money Heist Netflix series. Evridiki is a devoted fashion engineer with a research focus in the effective integration of 3D virtual prototype in the apparel industry, and sits on our Expert panel in implementing and adopting 3D.
In the second instalment in a small series for WhichPLM, guest contributors, Nick Wei and Amy Yeung FY continue their exploration of 3D virtual sampling. Nick has over 25 years experience in CAD/CAM and PLM; Amy has a strong product management background, with a Bachelor of Science in Textile and Fashion.
In today’s opinion piece, resident Expert Chris Hillyer discusses the changing landscape of 3D design, and the need for material platforms. Chris is the Director of Innovation at DECKERS Brands – who serve as Design & Innovation Partners to the Material Exchange project.
In their first guest piece for WhichPLM, John Newton (Head of Color Technology) and Charlotte Dickens (Customer Success Manager) of Coloro, discuss the importance of blending digital and physical colour standards. Coloro is a universal colour system.
Originally published in June, here Susanna Koelblin shares her thoughts on why successful sustainable fashion isn’t as ‘cut and dry’ as we may think. Susanna’s career spans leadership roles in competitive markets, broad business acumen and organizational astuteness.
Originally running in our 7th Edition Report, ex-Editor, reporter and contributor to WhichPLM, Ben Hanson, discusses the theme of ‘intelligence’. This piece accompanies a dedicated series from Ben around intelligence, A.I, and data-driven design and development in retail – all of which you can find in our 7th Edition.
In his fourth and final article for WhichPLM, Thomas Teger, CPO of swatchbook, discusses the importance of standards, how this has been addressed for 3D geometry, and why standards for materials – in particular for the apparel and footwear industry – are desperately needed.
In his fourth and final instalment of the series for WhichPLM, Amnon Shalev, CEO & Founder of Virtuality.Fashion, continues his discussion on 3DaaS. Virtuality.Fashion, powered by C-Design, believe in making virtual fashion prototyping effortless, affordable, and accessible to everyone.