Using algorithms to produce the perfect teeSubscription
Copenhagen-based online retailer Son of a Tailor launched in 2014 with the aim of crafting made-to-measure, premium quality men’s T-shirts using a unique online styling algorithm – “idealsize”. Drapers finds out more from its CEO, Jess Fleischer.
Social commerce has long been hailed as the next big thing but it has yet to really take off for consumers. Drapers discovers what Asos, Skyscanner and Domino’s Pizza are focusing on for the next stage in the social landscape.
Ordre's reinvention of luxury wholesaleSubscription
Simon Lock, co-founder of luxury wholesale website Ordre, tells Drapers how he plans to use technology to reinvent and revolutionise how buying works online.
Drapers travelled to Stockholm to find out more about the bleeding-edge innovations pledging to shake up fashion and backed by the H&M Foundation.
A UK-Israeli start-up is testing new technology which aims to improve targeting and merchandising via apps through analysis of users’ private smart phone photo galleries.
What fashion can learn from other industriesSubscription
As the pace of technological change increases and pressure rises on retailers and brands to innovate, Drapers looks at what fashion can learn from other industries.
The rise and rise of resaleSubscription
As resale sites such as Vestiaire Collective snap at the heels of ecommerce giants, second-hand sellers are shaking off their dusty stereotype, and leading the charge into a new generation of retail.
The growing sphere of the influencerSubscription
How can retailers harness the ever-increasing power of the influencer?
The brands crowdsourcing their bestsellersSubscription
Crowdsourcing technology is giving smaller brands an edge when it comes to producing what their customers really want.
From live video to the invasion of “dark social”, one-click commerce in stores and the advance of virtual reality – Drapers asked the experts which digital trends are set to shake up fashion retail in 2017.