London College of Fashion seems to think so, having recently launched an 8 week AI course for 20 volunteer fashion students to learn Python to write code to gather fashion data, then use it to develop creative fashion solutions and experiences.
London College of Fashion seems to think so, having recently launched an 8 week AI course for 20 volunteer fashion students to learn Python to write code to gather fashion data, then use it ...
AI is set to transform how we wear and consume clothes and, in the process, might even help improve the planet.
London College of Fashion teaches future fashion stars to disrupt the industry with traditional and digital skills like bespoke tailoring, AI and mixed reality.
The catwalk world of glamour and luxury hides a business that thrives on wasteful consumerism. Now the climate crisis is forcing a rethink
Upcycling, recycling, offsetting, traceability… In the January 2020 issue, Tamsin Blanchard examines the world of sustainable style, while contributing fashion director Kate Phelan mixes ...
From Animal Crossing to digital clothes and augmented reality, fashion is increasingly becoming a virtual commodity. Read more on Grazia.
Shaking up Scandinavian minimalism.
It was the 2010s that truly merged the worlds of luxury and streetwear. Join us as we look back on the moments that defined this new vision of luxury.
Fashion has never been more celebratory of global influence, as the best fall looks— and a visionary group of boundary-defying designers—ably prove.
There’s a new generation of talent in town. Fearless creators crafting an exciting fashion future for us all.
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The glitz, the glam, the...green?