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.
Here you will find an assortment of pieces surrounding the world of Fit.
This tag is in a constant state of flux, with more news and articles filling our site each day.
Here, Emma Hayes shares with us all her fantastic argument for why the time for changing apparel fit – and radically so – is now. Out of the wreckage of COVID-19, consumers might just be able to see beyond established, out-dated habits into a much more promising and cohesive fit future.
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.
In today’s guest post, Greg Moore, CEO of BodyBlock AI, shares his ideal model for strategic returns prevention. Greg is a corporate visionary with nearly 15 years’ experience in applying innovative technology to key business verticals for increasing profits and enhancing consumer experience.
In their first guest post for WhichPLM, Figure Forms, based in Cape Town, South Africa share the benefits that fitting mannequins and high-quality 3D avatars can bring to brands and retailers in the fashion industry. Figure Forms is a leading manufacturer of professional dress forms and industrial fit mannequins.
In her last exclusive for WhichPLM this year, Emma Hayes, womenswear customer fit expert and Founder of At Last, explores the issues in our current sizing landscape. Emma has worked in retail for over 3 decades, with a specific focus on womenswear and lingerie, and is fascinated by bodyshape diversity.
Made-to-measure quality at the tempo of technology. In today’s guest post, Gerber Technology explores the increasing trend of made-to-measure personalization, and how it’s an absolute ‘must’.