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CGT looks at emerging technologies that offer unique solutions to consumer goods companies seeking to transform their organizations. This week: the Euveka smart mannequin.
Levi Strauss & Co. is transitioning to an operating model for the digital era, leveraging new tech to radically reduce the time it takes to bring a product to market and unveiling a new ability for consumers to design their own pair of jeans.
On the heels of launching a "size-inclusive" swimwear collection, Target has released three private label lines of bras, panties and sleepwear designed for women of all shapes and sizes.
CGT looks at emerging technologies that offer unique solutions to consumer goods companies seeking to transform their organizations. This week: The VERA digital personal shopping assistant.
Target is shining a spotlight on its new private label line of "size-inclusive" swimwear.
Hexa Recreation Products and New Normal Consulting test creating custom jackets via in-store, digitally enhanced kiosks.
Nearly 10,000 consumers watched Lands' End employees model and discuss a new denim collection.
Authentic Brands Group has purchased shoe and handbag brands Nine West and Bandolino through a bankruptcy auction.
Commonalities among the 10 most profitable apparel manufacturers on this list (courtesy of sister publication Apparel) point largely to the effective use of technology.
By using selective laser sintering technology and a more lightweight, flexible powder, China-based Peak is claiming “superior cushioning performance.”
Strategically planned for Los Angeles, the 99-year-old brand's first U.S. store aims to provide a localized, customizable shopping experience.
The deal continues VF's efforts to reengineer the portfolio to focus on workwear and natural fiber apparel.