1. Is Net-a-Porter for Sale?
    Industry sources suggest that Richemont, owners of luxury etailer, may be shopping around for a new buyer.
  2. Can Fashion Companies Use Technology to Connect with Supply Chain Workers?
    After Rana Plaza, M&S and Patagionia are among companies using new tools to give under-represented workers a voice.
  3. Nordstrom Ups its Fashion Game with Pop-Up Shops Featuring Proenza Schouler, Rodarte
    On Thursday, Nordstrom will open a series of pop-up shops called Pop-In @ Nordstrom, each full of carefully curated merchandise that will function as a store within a store.
  4. Kering Launches Online Magazine K
    In the wake of its name change earlier this year, Paris-based luxury conglomerate Kering has launched a digital magazine named “K” published in both English and French.


  1. This Mask gives You Superhuman Abilities
    Two prototypes of the masks created by a group of students at the Royal College of Art in London have been created to enhance hearing and sight.
  2. SNL Takes on Google Glass
    During SNL’s Weekend Update, the cast joked around a bit about the complications and odd appearance of Google Glass.
  3. Scott Lachut: Warby Parker’s Foray into Physical Retail
    Warby Parker, the online eyeglasses retail store, has previously experimented with themed pop-up stores, an in-office showroom, retail partnerships, among others. Now, it has opened its doors to its first brick-and-mortar store located in Soho on April 13th.
  4. The Fitbit Flex is the Best Fitbit Yet
    The Fitbit wristband has features such as a pedometer, a vibrating alarm and a sleep tracker and now with its new and improved straps, the Fitbit has become more durable and harder to lose.


  1. Condé Entertainment Previews Video Channels for Vogue, WIRED and Vanity Fair
    The very popular Condé Nast empire will be releasing online video channels for the brands’ magazines such as WIRED, Vogue, Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, among others.
  2. Wearable Technology Lets Us Track Consumers’ Activity as Never Before
    Technology companies have been creating for years wearable gadgets that track our lives, such as sleeping patterns, get us closer to our loved ones and let’s not forget Google Glass.
  3. Web Star iJustine on Wearable Tech
    Justine Ezarik, known for her Youtube Channel; iJustine, will be hosting a new series called Hardwire in which she searches for the latest innovations in wearable tech.
  4. Travelling Circus Features High Tech Games to Make Science Fun
    STEAM Carnival focuses on technology based shows and games which aim to get kids interested in science, technology, engineering, art and math.


  1. In Fashion, Tech Accessories are the New Fragrance
    It has come to the point were wearable technology is not only chosen by its functions but mainly by its looks.
  2. J.C. Penney Releases Apology Ad Begging Consumers to Come Back
    After the disturbance with ex-CEO Ron Johnson, J.C Penney has released an ad which “apologizes” to the consumers pleads for their return.
  3. Fab Launches its First Retail Store, Design-Your-Own Furniture is a company that has showed its growth throughout the years, this time, by allowing customers to customize their own furniture which will not only be offered online but also, through their newest brick and mortar locations.
  4. Smartphone Skinny Jeans Created with Today’s Tech in Mind
    These skinny jeans created by I/O Denim facilitate its consumers the process of reaching their phone (especially if they are in a rush).
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