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


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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