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Environmental NGO Redress has opened the Redress Design Award 2020, the 10th cycle of its sustainable fashion design competition.
Video commerce firm TheTake has partnered with smart TV manufacturer LG Electronics and a range of media companies to allow viewers to “shop shows” for fashion and other goods.
South Korean beauty company Amorepacific has revealed a high-tech 3D face-mask printing system called IOPE Tailored 3D Mask at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Fashion designer Monika Dugar has released her “Reset” clothing collection designed to aid mobility in Parkinson’s disease sufferers.
Genesis BBQ, a major South Korean fried-chicken chain, opened a new ‘smart store’ in Seoul’s Songpa District this month. There are no employees to take orders at the store. Instead, there are tablet PCs on each table that are used to order food. The food made in the kitchen is then served by food bots, self-driving robots that deliver the food to the customers.
Just 3.4 per cent of consumers globally are using retailer recycling schemes, according to a report by GlobalData – but the trend is on the rise.
Fashion-tech start-ups such as Unmade have begun to introduce innovations like on-demand production to champion the cause of sustainable fashion throughout the entire supply chain – but can they succeed?
Burberry has launched a digital flash pop-up experience powered by Google Lens at Ely’s Yard, Brick Lane in London.
In a world first, biodesigner Jen Keane and synthetic biologist Marcus Walker have successfully grown a sneaker upper material.
Juniper Research has revealed its top 10 technology trends for 2020, with 5G data network the standout.
On Singles Day this year, China’s largest online retailer JD.com launched a 50,000 sqm JD superstore in Chongqing, Mainland China.
Japanese airline ANA has opened a pop-up shop equipped with avatar robots that enable customers to shop remotely.