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Fashion Is Your Business - a retail technology podcast

Fashion Is Your Business - a retail technology podcast

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Fashion Is Your Business is a weekly show about FASHIONTECH, the intersection of fashion business and fashion technology. The podcast is produced through MouthMedia Network. Guests include the world's foremost fashion technology pioneers, discussing textiles to retail and everything in between, it covers business news from startups to conglomerates, and the show has a fun and accessible morning radio vibe.
234 Episodes
Daftboy is an unapologetically bold, provocative fan company inspired by the LGBTQ community and featuring apparel including an array of light-up face masks, for everyone who is tired of the normal, the acceptable, the P.C.; for those who want to define their destiny instead of being defined by another. and a bit social media, politics, street fashion and history with an engaged meaningful community. CEO Timothy Cochran shares a look in, how the company found a path through the pandemic, what makes successful commerce, and how having a relationship with community has been a driving force. With guest host Alex Batdorf. See for privacy information.
Imagine an end to end platform solution enabling the fashion industry to harvest the full potential of 3D across channels, including a complete range of X-Reality digital commerce Apps (AR, VR, MR, etc.) for fashion using 3D CGI content. Change of Paradigm CEO Henri Mura joins from Paris to share the amazing possibilities and implications which can come from these innovations. See for privacy information.
Co-founder and CRO Tristan Hoy shares how Australian-based Style Arcade helps fashion companies perfect their product offering through analytics and range planning software. See for privacy information.
BrandLab Fashion is the complete global solution designed to streamline the wholesale buying experience, with access to 360 Virtual Showrooms and integrated order processing and payment software. With 24/7 access to BrandLab World, brands and buyers can easily and efficiently connect and transact using our industry acknowledged technology. BrandLab Fashion Founder Dan O'Connell joins from Wales to offer an inside look at why this innovation truly offers next-level, unlimited possibilities. See for privacy information.
Simeon Siegel, Managing Director and award-winning Senior Analyst at BMO Capital Markets specializing in Retail and E-commerce, offers master class-level deep insights into the state of the union for opportunities within retail, what's likely next, and trends to watch. See for privacy information.
Scott Lux, Vice President Ecommerce & Digital, Theory and Helmut Lang & Adjunct Professor of DTC and Ecommerce, Columbia University & FIT, offers insights on moving past pandemic-related challenges and the next chapter in commerce and digital retail. See for privacy information.
Michael Colarossi, Vice President, Innovation, Product Line Management and Sustainability for Avery Dennison Apparel Solutions, discusses how in the changing apparel manufacturing landscape, it is no longer enough to innovate for the sake of innovation. To drive lasting impact, garment labeling solutions must meet the needs of businesses, consumers and the environment, all without sacrificing relevancy. See for privacy information.
Co-founder and CMO of conversational commerce platform, Nyha Shree, offers a look into how Jumper bridges the gap between ecommerce and brick and mortar retail, combines the power of brand advisors with chatbots and automation to enable brands drive engagement, offers sales consultation, enables commerce with payments, sends updates, and gathers consumer insights, seamlessly on popular social messaging and web channels. See for privacy information.
Imagine creating an enhanced product catalogue and effortless product discovery using Ai help fashion business boost sales by creating an enhanced product catalogue and effortless product discovery using AI? That is, and CEO/Co-Founder Abhishek Vohra joins from Australia to share how the company helps fashion businesses boost sales. See for privacy information.
Imagine a plugin that powers video calls from influencers to all their followers at once. Shopify-powered brands can share products to be shopped in realtime (think shoppable FaceTime at scale) AND you can republish your archived videos across social, getting double the value out of your production budget. You could even convert fans to customers by providing participants the chance to interact with creators, influencers and experts directly from their smartphone, tablet or laptop. This could be a game changer for online commerce in fashion, right? Well it's real, and The Call List CEO Amanda Patterson provided an inside look into the genesis, power, and future of this innovative technology. See for privacy information.
Mary Cally is an industry veteran who has worked on supply chain and manufacturing logistics issues for many large brands. American Fashion Podcast spoke with her on March 9th, just as the COVID-19 situation was beginning to shut down New York City. See for privacy information.
Drones. There has been a lot of talk about drones and how they can impact retail. It seems inevitable that you will be able to get a package delivered by Amazon or UPS from your friendly drone. And that is not all. What about drone delivery on demand? If you could order something from a local retailer and have it delivered in minutes to your own backyard? A company from Iceland is doing just that. And it is closer to being reality than you may think. Yariv Bash, the cofounder and CEO of Flytrex, takes us through what is on the horizon and we talk through many of the obvious public concerns and questions on location at Shoptalk Las Vegas. See for privacy information.
Due to Coronavirus, leading brands have cancelled orders for over $2 billion worth of clothes that have already been produced, leaving millions of workers in countries like Bangladesh unpaid, and at risk of starvation and without a safety net. From Scotland, CEO/Founder Cally Russell shares how the team at Mallzee created Lost Stock. Customers can get at least three items of clothing chosen for them, with a massive 50% discount off RRP, that supports these workers and prevents waste. Each order supports a worker and their family for a week. He also discusses why the goal to help 250,000 workers and their families can be achieved. See for privacy information.
How do you keep a fitting room safe in a pandemic? As apparel retailers move to re-open physical retail locations in a world ravaged by a pandemic, one challenge is that customers simply don’t feel safe in the fitting room. It's crucial to build confidence in the inshore experience with both customers and associates. Two companies, Alert Tech and Healthe Lighting, have brought together their technologies to provide a solution right now for retailers, using Far UVC lighting. It is an effective visible system that cleans the air and surfaces using existing infrastructure. Alert Tech's VP of Sales Brian Laney and Healthe's CTO Fred Maxik unpack the story and possibilities. See for privacy information.
As physical retail locations reopen, how do you protect customers and employees alike? Not everyone will comply with mask wearing requirements or expectations, creating a complicated path to keeping people safe while maintaining positive consumer experience. Richard Carriere (Senior VP, Global Marketing & General Manager, US  Operations for Cyberlink) discusses existing technology that has been transformed into a vital mask detection tool and  a real game changer. See for privacy information.
How does a family owned retail apparel business survive challenge after challenge after challenge, from 9/11 to a hurricane to a pandemic? Guido Campello, Co-Owner of lingerie retailer Cosabella and Journelle, offers insight into a family history of more than 37 years in the lingerie business, and how he took this time to re-evaluate the business while also giving all locations a facelift before a reopening of physical retail locations. See for privacy information.
Spacesuits as a beacon of fashion technology, with the author of “Fashioning Apollo”. Nicholas De Monchaux , author of “Fashioning Apollo” and Associate Professor of Architecture and Urban Design and Director of the Berkeley Center for New Media, joins Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez and Marc Raco at WEAR Conference 2017 in San Francisco.  De Monchaux describes how he conceived the book by considering the craziest domestic space imaginable -- the inside of a spacesuit. He then wrote a book about the Apollo program and how the Apollo spacesuits were made by industrial division of the same company who made Playtex bras and girdles. The origins of Playtex, the genesis of the book ten years in the making, why it mattered, historical understanding of where technological mindset come from, designing a suit allowing the human body to operate in such a hostile environment. And insights from research, as an architect. A discussion of the next frontier for spacesuits, the trip to Mars, how American spacesuits were more practical than originally envisioned, how Russian spacesuits stacked up, dealing with pressure, the many layers of the Apollo spacesuit, radiation concerns, how by understanding technology as a cultural artifact we can understand how to model designs, and need to think about ideas wrapped up in designs and how they affect our work. Innovations that De Monchaux marvels at, high performance fashion, adapting to different circumstances, and how technology has changed how we operate in the w,orld. Our need to upgrade our human systems with technology, how modern technology is taking cues from the body, and augmenting ourselves via a biological view of technology. Off the Grid Questions cover De Monchaux’s earliest memory of fashion made into forts and spaceships, a Star Wars moment and the incorrect use of the word parsec quiet and peace, and getting to meet astronauts because they would visit their suits which were a part of them. See for privacy information.
Customizable dresses made just for women, to empower women, and ethically and sustainably produced in NYC. Founder Kimberly Barasch shares the three core missions of Altress, and why the company has felt a "tail wind" in spite of the impact of the pandemic on apparel businesses. See for privacy information.
Anomalie is pioneering a new model in retail supply chains uniquely fit for expansive customization at mass scale. Leslie Vorhees brings an extensive background in mechanical engineering, and career in supply chain management for Nike and Apple,  She joins Marc Raco and guest host Rebecca Fitts to discuss how Anaomalie is thriving in the face of a pandemic, and why a half million women have already looked to the company for a solution to their wedding dress needs. See for privacy information.
If you’ve seen the Adam Sandler film Uncut Gems on Netflix, you'll remember the unforgettable high-roller who invites Julia Fox up to his casino penthouse suite. That's Wayne Diamond, in his first major film role. But even though Wayne is definitely having a moment, he isn’t new to the spotlight: he’s a bit of a legend in the Garment District, was a hugely successful dress designer in the '70s, '80s and '90s, and even claims to have designed the dresses Vanna White wore on Wheel of Fortune. In this incredibly (but not usually) candid conversation with Wayne, he discusses his unlikely start in the fashion industry, his deep disappointment with it today, his loathing of everything Trump, Wayne's strong input into his Uncut Gems wardrobe, a possible return to fashion,  a meaningful debt he took care of for his father, and an honor he’s never received that might mean more than almost anything. It's very big opinions, very strong language, and a very wild conversation with "the" Wayne Diamond. See for privacy information.
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