australia
1

“You might not think fashion and the hoodie-dominated world of technology would mix. Technology is often focused on efficiency, while fashion is about self-expression and exuberance.”

Read Article

Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily -  Shoes of Prey
4circle

“As industry stalwarts Ford and Holden start to wind down local operations, there is an air of uncertainty around Australian manufacturing at the moment. But a new state-of-the-art facility in outer Melbourne is looking help shape its future, and is counting on a stockpile of cutting-edge 3D printers to lead the way.”

Read Article

Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily -  Advanced Manufacturing Plant
 1circle

“The designers who founded their label have quit – the latest in a line of exits which has left the pool of local talent running dry.”

Read Article

Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Sass and Bide Founders

Mercedes-Benz-Fashion-Week-Australia2

Australia Takes Its Fashion Week to the Masses
Australia skips the exclusivity of invite-only fashion shows and makes it accessible to all by livestreaming the catwalks on giant screens placed at a public square and a popup bar. Read more on The High Low. 

Photon 3D Scanner Will Let You Turn Real Objects Into Printable Objects 
The Photon 3D Scanner uses a high definition camera and laser to scan objects in only 3 minutes. TechCrunch has the details.

Styled by Noir Mixes E-Commerce and Style Blogging
Styled by Noir duo Stephanie Jenkins and Sivan Ayla Vardi introduce a new way of e-tailing: they style, they blog, they sell. Find out more about brandpartnerships and how it works on WWD.

Myntra Buys Fitiquette, A Disrupt Finalist With A Virtual Fitting Room, As India’s Online Fashion Market Heats Up
TechCrunch reports that Indian Myntra acquires SF startup Fitiquette, the virtual fitting room allowing users to make mannequins true to users’ sizes and try on clothes.