Giving new life to unwanted garments
London-based fashion brand Ahluwalia integrates pre-loved clothing and fabric from the community into limited-edition garments.
Powering a connected and circular future for fashion
Eon’s Internet of Things (IoT) platform is redefining the business of fashion, digitizing and connecting each and every garment to transform the way we buy.
The forests are talking, and SilviaTerra is helping us listen
In every forest, there’s a carefully balanced ecosystem of life, and trees are critical to sustaining it. But fires, pests, drought, and deforestation threaten this delicate equilibrium.
Turning a passion for the past into a bold new vision for fashion
From antiquing and crafting as a child to creating a vintage-inspired fashion brand that made her the first female designer showcased at New York Fashion Week: Men’s, Emily Adams Bode isn’t just fascinated with history—she’s making it, too.
Preserving the past and growing a fashion business using AI
New York City's fashion darling Emily Adams Bode is known for designs that are a nod to antique textiles and craftsmanship. Now, she’s adding a new creative force to her team: an AI-powered digital quilt expert that preserves historical materials and narratives while helping her business scale.
The future of fashion is tech-empowered customization
A global team of passion-led technologists is putting the power back in the hands of the consumer by building tools that create a symbiotic, sustainable relationship between people and their clothes.
Building a sustainable fashion ecosystem
Founder Natasha Franck is using IoT (Internet of Things) technology to usher in a new era of sustainability in the fashion world.
Envisioning the future of sustainable cities
To celebrate Earth Day, virtual reality artists around the world were asked to create their vision for a sustainable city of the future using the Samsung HMD Odyssey on Windows Mixed Reality.
The business of hope: how Ariela Suster is empowering a community
After her little brother was kidnapped and held for ransom, Ariela Suster began planning ways she could help break the sequence of violence in her war-torn home of El Salvador.