Informa Markets Fashion’s digital marketplaces show impressive results as wholesale business connections and retailer engagement signals a restart with the B2B fashion industry
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 8, 2020 /CNW/ — NuORDER and Informa Markets Fashion, who collectively launched several digital marketplaces under Informa Markets Fashions’ hero brands in early September, announced today outstanding data from their digital event’s initial activity. The data shows a consecutive uptrend in attendance, high volume of retail to brand connections, and deep engagement, signaling thriving community connectivity as well as indicators of acceleration in fashion commerce. Despite challenges faced by COVID’s economic slowdown, Informa Markets Fashion’s digital marketplaces, powered by innovative virtual showroom technology from the NuORDER platform, have re-engaged the fashion trade community and are driving the regrowth of commerce during a critical buying season.
Within the first 30 days of Informa Markets Fashion’s digital trade event, which launched on September 1st,
Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford were two of the biggest names in the modeling world in the ’90s and they remain prominent figures today. Soon, fans will be able to re-live some of their most career-defining moments both on and off the runway.
“The Supermodels,” a new docuseries set to stream on Apple TV+, will chart the unprecedented careers of Campbell, Crawford and their contemporaries Linda Evangelista and Christy Turlington who are all regarded as the original “supers,” who helped pave the way for a number of other successful models.
“We hope our journey seen in the docuseries will encourage, motivate and inspire young people around the world,” said Campbell in a post on Instagram. In a similar post, Crawford said she is “excited to reunite with my friends” and explore “the way supermodels transcended the traditional perceptions and limits of modeling.”
Bruno Pavlovsky is in a good mood. It is Monday evening, and the president of Chanel’s fashion division has just received confirmation from the French government that the house’s catwalk show can go ahead the following morning.
The show, staged before 500 masked guests under the glass domes of the Grand Palais on the final day of Paris Fashion Week, had been running against the clock. Earlier on Monday, the French government ordered the closure of all bars and cafés in Paris for two weeks from Tuesday as new coronavirus infections rose to 11,500 daily.
Nevertheless, many fashion houses, including LVMH-owned Louis Vuitton and Dior, have gone ahead with live shows.
“The show is the best way to present the collection,” Pavlovsky insists. The company was forced to cancel its Cruise show in Capri in May, and instead debuted the collection online via video in June. Although it reached an
Overall, the advent of technology marked a new dawn for the entire world. Clearly, the reality of life has never been the same since advancements in technology have become part of our everyday lives. Nevertheless, and on a positive note, it continues to change and evolve for the betterment of mankind. In a sense, technology has developed life into a fine balance of convenience and production. The result being that we now have the ability to complete da-to-day tasks more rapidly and with much less effort.
Luxury fashion is particularly attuned to this moment, as the progression of technology promises to imbue delivering excellent customer service as well
It may be fashion week in Paris, with showgoers in face coverings parsing runway looks from the latest designer ready-to-wear collections, but several thousand miles away from the French capital, out of the dank, dark belly of an industrial hangar, a potentially more momentous industry trend is … growing.
Mushroom leather might not sound stylish. But Bolt Threads, a start-up that specializes in developing next-generation fibers inspired by nature, is one of a growing number of companies convinced that the material is a viable replacement — in both form and function — for animal-sourced and synthetic skins.
In 2018, Bolt Threads began producing limited-edition products made from Mylo, a material made from mycelium, the branching network of threadlike cells that underpins all fungi. Now they are preparing to bring that technology to the world, thanks to an unconventional consortium of backers (and rivals) from across the fashion spectrum.
The EVFTA Agreement will ensure that Vietnam gets a competitive advantage over China.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Sept. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Vietnam is quickly being recognized as one of the fastest clothing and apparel manufacturers in the world. Despite being a developing nation, Vietnam is capable of producing high-quality goods with low production costs.
The country has dedicated over 2.3 million people towards the clothing and textile industry. This industry adheres to the dynamic market demands and rates while operating efficiently.
Existing factories in China are becoming overcrowded. This allowed their manufacturing expertise to spill over borders into Vietnam. Multilateral free trade agreements such as TPP and EVFTA have also encouraged industry growth.
The EVFTA Agreement will ensure that Vietnam gets a competitive advantage over China. This enables them to enjoy