Zara, the fashion chain owned by the world’s biggest clothing retailer Inditex, will introduce augmented reality displays from April, it said on Tuesday, in an effort to lure millennials into its stores.
L'Oréal Technology Incubator is debuting new innovations in personalized beauty including a medically focused face-scanning platform for personalized serums, a custom foundation system and a 3D hair color app.
Barneys New York is driving innovation in visual merchandising with the launch of a new virtual reality experience. Mantle is a VR-powered runway show combining dance with fashion viewable both in store and online.
According to a study from IDC, the American company elbowed out competitors Fitbit and Xiaomi to claim the top spot in the global wearables market in 2017, as growth in the sector slows but shows no sign of stopping.
The Colorado-based shoe company has announced the launch of a collection featuring LiteRide technology, a new foam reported to produce footwear 40 percent softer and 25 percent lighter than the brand’s classic clogs.
Artefact London is becoming the first bespoke tailoring business in the world to accept crypto payments, with customers now able to pay for made-to-measure suits, shirts and overcoats with LiteCoin, Bitcoin and Ethereum.
JD Sports has launched a new customer feedback technology across its 360 stores. Since going live, the sports retailer has asked over six million customers to rate the company based on their shopping experience.