In his first guest post for WhichPLM this year, Valentin Karabanov explores the correlation between sustainability and 3D in our industry. Valentin has experience as a professional tailor and made-to-measure master; he has also worked with Browzwear and is the owner of a self-titled studio, using 3D for apparel brands and runway designers.
In today’s guest post, Embodee examines the apparel and footwear’s industry deepening commitment to sustainability and reducing carbon emissions as climate change intensifies. The company’s writer and editor, Michael Bales, also explores the integral role of technological advancements, especially 3D product design and visualization.
In her first exclusive for 2020, Emma Hayes, womenswear customer fit expert and Founder of At Last, delves further into the industry’s issue with fit when it comes to plus size womenswear. Emma has worked in retail for over 3 decades, with a specific focus on womenswear and lingerie, and is fascinated by bodyshape diversity.
With our focus on intelligent data for the month of February, long-serving contributor Elizabeth Shobert focuses on making a technology – specifically analytics – partnership work. Elizabeth is Director of Marketing & Digital Strategy at StyleSage.
In their first piece for 2020, Michael Robinson & Orlando (Oz) Zambrano of Manner Solutions discuss the importance of data aggregation in a right-here, right-now economy. Manner Solutions offers a suite of software solutions catered specifically to the RFA market.
In late January, Mark Harrop, CEO of WhichPLM, shared thoughts on the future of the fashion industry with Future Fashion Factory members at the University of Leeds. Sarah Parkin, Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for Future Fashion Factory, shares her thoughts on the day.