Nike Japan published a 56-page booklet with virtual features to engage with their sneaker fans in the midst of COVID-19.
Rens is using coffee grounds to make sustainable sneakers.
DyeCoo has created a textile processing technology that eliminates the need to use water and chemicals to dye materials.
The German Company, AMSilk has established a process to produce synthetic spider silk proteins in bacteria, revolutionizing the fashion industry.
De Beers, the world’s leading diamond company, launched a blockchain-based supply chain platform called “Tracr” that creates a digital certificate for each diamond, offering greater assurance of the value, quality, and origin of purchases.
Vans and Samsonite have now collaborated with the world renowned Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam to create a collection of artfully designed products utilizing Van Gogh masterpieces across their iconic and premium ranges.
With new developments across both consumer and business applications, a growing number of retailers have started exploring blockchain technologies to innovate and earn back new generation of shoppers’ loyalty.
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Exciting new technologies in Reformation’s stores are disrupting traditional shopping and driving foot traffic.