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37 minutes | 4 months ago
How products can be both digital and circular, with Karinna Nobbs
On this week's episode we speak to HOT:SECOND founder, Karinna Nobbs, to find out what was behind the concept of trading of physical for digital as well as what the future looks like for digital-only fashion as well as some insight to the very-close future of HOT:SECOND.
26 minutes | 6 months ago
Digital Transformation in a $3 Billion Company
Emily Roosen is Head of Transformation at STITCH and gives Fashion Made some fantastic insight to what digital transformation looks like in such a large and diverse organisation.
25 minutes | 6 months ago
Leading Internal and External Transformation, with Nidhi Puri
This week's show features Senior Director of Tecnical Design, Nidhi Puri, as we discuss who should lead digital transformation and how they should do it. Not just from an internal standpoint but how you do this with your suppliers as well. The importance of people in this whole journey is not to be understated and Nidhi reminds us that things must change in the wider fashion industry for it to succeed in the future.
38 minutes | 6 months ago
Survival of the Fittest with Whitney Cathcart
As we all know, fit has become one of the critical components in the fashion industry's roadmap to success. We are slowly making our exit from the regionally varied homogenous sizes that we've all come to know and hate, which can only be a good thing. What can technology and changing consumer behaviours do to push the FIT opportunity forward? We talk to Whitney Cathcart, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer at 3DLOOK, to find out.
41 minutes | 7 months ago
The Digitalisation of Everything, with Barry McGeough
As Director of Strategic Partnerships within Google's Advanced Tech department, Barry McGeough knows what he's talking about when it comes to new technology. We spent some time discussing the myriad of technologies that are coming over the next few years and how this will shape the landscape for retail, footwear and apparel in the future.
32 minutes | 7 months ago
On-Demand and Mass Production Working Together, with Kurt Cavano
This week we are joined by Kurt Cavano, CEO at Nimbly, to talk about the rise of on-demand manufacturing and how Kurt sees this playing out over the coming years as brands and partners move to become smarter, more cohesive units that blend on-demand and localised services with production en masse that happens further abroad to achieve a far greater proposition for the consumer.
36 minutes | 7 months ago
Digital Materials in 2020 with Chris Hillyer
Director of Innovation at Deckers Brands, Chris Hillyer, joins us to catch up on where the fashion world is right now with regards to digital materials. Are more companies adopting this technology as a serious path to a quicker and more efficient product development process? What are the limitations? Do those limitations even need to be overcome for this to make business sense? Chris provides answers to all these questions and more.
28 minutes | 7 months ago
3D Printed Fashion, with Danit Peleg
We kick off season 3 with a conversation alongside Danit Peleg, a 3D Printed Fashion Designer whose work is gaining great notoriety in this burgeoning industry. During the chat we talk about what kind of materials are available and the differences between them, how machinery plays a big part, how this might affect consumer behaviour and the huge benefits this will mean for our mission to be more sustainable.
34 minutes | 10 months ago
The Possibilities in 2020 and Beyond, with Muchaneta Kapfunde
Founder of FashNerd and prominent fixture at UK fashion technology events, Muchaneta Kapfunde has witnessed the rapid increase in companies using software and hardware to gain a competitive edge and become more sustainable. In this week's episode, we discuss what will happen over the coming months and years to enable more sustainable business models and keep the consumer happy.
16 minutes | 10 months ago
Identifying the Skill Requirements for Digital Transformation
The skills deficit is perhaps one of the biggest problems facing the industry today and will require a unique partnership between brands, manufacturers, academics and technology providers to overcome. Paola Bertola joins us from Politecnico di Milano to shed some light on the research they have done in this area to foster and deliver the appropriate skill set needed to operate within a digitally transformed fashion industry.
13 minutes | a year ago
Transitioning from physical to digital with Pixelpool
Joost Alferdinck joins the podcast to take a look at today’s challenges that fashion brands walk into when switching from physical to digital.
22 minutes | a year ago
How HNST are fully circuclar, with Tom Duhoux
Tom Duhoux joins Fashion Made to talk about his fully circular denim company
17 minutes | a year ago
Turning chewing gum into fashion
Gumdrop has been founded on a closed loop recycling process and is the first company to make an entire shoe from would-be waste chewing gum. Shaun Licence joins Fashion Made to discuss how changing consumer behaviour is essential to closed-loop recycling, as well as share some provocative facts about mankind's problem with waste and how we can find solutions.
26 minutes | a year ago
Digitizing the wholesale selling experience with Alvaro Pin, HATCH
We are joined by Alvaro Pin Hurtado to discuss the journey that HATCH has been on to get to this point where they can start to have game changing conversations with brands. The Digital Showroom is certainly going to make hugely positive changes, and they must strive forwards to accomodate how relationships between fashion brands and wholesale customers may change in the future.
20 minutes | a year ago
Investing in perfect fit for intimates at ThirdLove
Marcus Chung joins Fashion Made to discuss ThirdLove's approach to finding the perfect fit for their bras. As the first company to offer trademarked half sizes they have a lot of demand planning and inventory challenges, and as VP Manufacturing and Supply Chain, Marcus is the perfect man to explain how they overcome these hurdles.
38 minutes | a year ago
The Future of Digital Fashion with Kerry Murphy, The Fabricant
50th Episode Special: In this week's bumper episode we feature a detailed discussion with the founder of digital fashion house, The Fabricant. After a stellar year in which they sold the first digital garment on blockchain, Kerry tells us all about running a thriving start-up in this brave new world as well as giving us the detail on the infamous sale earlier in the year.
24 minutes | a year ago
The Triple Bottom Line - People, Planet, Profit
Kristen Fanarakis is founder of the L.A. made, classically inspired clothing line Senza Tempo Fashion. As a previous Wall Street trader her financial expertise is valuable on its own merits, but combine that with her desire to make long-lasting, season-less clothing that's good to the planet and you've got a rare case of fashion's triple bottom line at work.
19 minutes | a year ago
Driving Operational Efficiency at Kohl's, with SVP Rajiv Malik
As the Senior Vice President of Global Product Services at Kohl's, Rajiv Malik has a large remit. He joined us during PI Apparel New York to lay out some of the most important ways in which he and his team are driving operational efficiency whether that's digital product creation, e-commerce, enabling end-to-end or measuring success.
14 minutes | a year ago
Tailoring for Animation, with Juan Carlos Olmos
We had the pleasure to be joined by Juan Carlos to discuss the overlapping worlds of 3D garment construction and computer animation, why it's better to understand in analog before you apply those skills in digital, and what opportunities there are for young 3D designers today.
17 minutes | a year ago
Making Use of Deadstock Fabrics
Queen of Raw Founder & CEO, Stephanie Benedetto, joins Fashion Made to discuss the rapidly growing online market for deadstock fabrics, particularly with companies looking to boost their sustainability efforts.
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