The biggest fashion trend in 2022 is reinvention. While this pandemic has brought about and highlighted many issues, such as environmental sustainability, supply chain shortages, talent turnover and inflation, brands, retailers and manufacturers can turn these challenges into opportunities with the help of technology.
The most exciting time for fashion is right now.
Register today to learn how you can make the most of this post-COVID-19 landscape
Join our virtual worldwide event to hear from leaders and experts of the fashion industry and Lectra on how you can pivot your current business models creatively to not only adapt to, but also thrive in the new normal. We are gathering knowledgeable insiders (including you) to tackle these challenges together one by one.
The future of retail
Pivoting retail during challenging times
Building supply-chain resilience in the midst of uncertainty
The green consumer paradox: Can fashion be environmentally sustainable, affordable and profitable?
Passing on fashion savoir-faire to next-gen talent
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Deborah Weinswig, Chief Executive Officer & Founder
Coresight Research helps retail clients accelerate innovation and growth. It focuses on disruption at the intersection of retail and technology – and help its customers understand what it means for their business.
Michael Lemner, Chief Executive Officer, Tim-Tam Consulting
Micheal Lemner has worked in fashion retail for more than 35 years. His breadth of experience stems from occupying senior positions at well-known companies such as H&M, New Look, Bally, Hop Lun and LolaLiza. He is now a consultant for several international fashion brands and start-ups, all of which he is also a board member.
Dr. Delman Lee, Vice Chair, TAL Apparel
TAL Apparel Limited, established in 1947 with its headquarters in Hong Kong, is well-known as the supplier of one out of every six men’s dress shirts sold on the U.S. market. TAL Apparel is driven by a simple formula of combining quality garments, on-time delivery, product innovation and sustainability. The end-goal is to offer technologically advanced garments of superior design, comfort, and functionality.
Isabelle Lefort, Co-founder, Paris Good Fashion
Paris Good Fashion aims to make Paris the capital of more responsible fashion by 2024, the year of the Olympic Games. It is an association under the 1901 law which federates professional actors (designers, NGOs, institutions...). On a daily basis, we work to improve and transform the practices of fashion companies whose activities are strongly linked to Paris. We can, we must be exemplary and act as role models. How can we do this? We have developed evaluation tools (a questionnaire, a barometer, performance measures), and working groups to make progress on major development themes.
Hans de Foer, 'Savoir-Faire’ programs Director, Institut Français de la Mode
Institut Français de la Mode is an open-minded and visionary fashion school that nurtures tomorrow’s fashion professionals specializing in design, management and savoir-faire. With a digital mindset, the school uses technology as the backbone of their teaching and organizational methods.