Industry Highlights – Japan’s 3-D Photobooth, Brazil’s Homegrown Fashion, Bulgari and Save The Children, Record Festive Spending, Burberry’s Bailey Cites Apple as Inspiration

Posted on November 26, 2012

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Fashion and the 3D photobooth

“The world’s first 3D printing photobooth is coming out in Japan. How should you dress for your insta-sculpture?” (Dazed Digital)

How Brazil’s homegrown fashion grew up

“The fashion weeks of Rio and São Paulo, once disregarded as the sartorial home of flip-flops and bikinis, now show an industry evolving in line with the country’s astonishing economic growth” (Guardian)

Bulgari lends a helping hand to Save the Children

“A new Bulgari ring is expected to raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for Save The Children, with the help of some well-known faces and photographs by Fabrizio Ferri.” (Telegraph)

Festive season sees record online spending

“American retailers reported a surge in spending, as customers went online to celebrate Black Friday in the run-up to the festive season. ComScore, a company that measures transactions in the digital realm, reported U.S. retail e-commerce spending for the first 23 days of the November – December 2012 holiday season.” (Fashion United)

Bailey Cites Apple As Creative Inspiration

“Burberry’s chief creative officer, Christopher Bailey, has revealed that a constant source of inspiration for the brand’s digital advancement is technology and communications giant Apple.” (Vogue UK)

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