Out of sheer necessity, many apparel and footwear brands have transformed over the last year. Now is the time to build on this momentum to grow and scale that transformation – and not slip back to old ways of working.
The Yes is a newly launched, AI-powered iOS shopping app that provides personalized apparel recommendations.
In the face of store closings, mass layoffs and devastating financial loses, many apparel, footwear and sports brands and suppliers are pivoting their manufacturing and supply chains to make Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Spectrum software helps brands provide product personalization service to consumers in-store and online.
AI-powered augmented analytics have been popping up in several retail use cases -- from predicting emerging fashion trends and analyzing consumer feedback for trends to predicting eCommerce returns before checkout.
Stitch fix is an online personal styling company that uses data to deliver personalized clothing and accessories to its clients' doors.
Two Boston-based consumer brands collaborated on a Dunkin’ themed running shoe for the Boston Marathon.
Warby Parker innovates with Customer Experience by streamlining the online eyeglass procurement process.
Forever 21 has introduced “Discover Your Style” – an AI-powered visual search and navigation function seamlessly integrated with their online and mobile platforms. The function lets shoppers click icons that represent garment attributes, such as sleeve silhouette, hem length, neckline type, and color, eliminating the need to type search terms.
L.L.Bean gives “Out of Office” a brand new meaning with pop-up outdoor workspaces.