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In Autumn 2019, IFA Paris is set to launch a revolutionary fashion tech innovation lab based at its' Paris campus in the 19th district.
The collaboration between The Future of Walking and IFA Paris continues. The Future of Walking is a London-based start-up business, whose main concern is air quality and how to purify it.
From the first sliver of bone used as a needle to sew garments to the invention of the sewing machine, we have always used tools to advance the increasingly complex tasks of clothes-making.
The all-new quadra hasn't gotten old and continues to attract women all over the world!
Always on the lookout for new resources to make fashion stakeholders more responsible, IFA Paris is launching a new program.
Technology is injecting a new dynamism and excitement into the glamorous yet staid world of haute couture.
Fashion is not just about beautiful clothes and models stalking the runway. It has a huge effect on the entire world of culture, the society around you and the economy.
In the current fashion context, the identity culture is raging.
In the early 1980s, between the new-wave style and modernist design, Peter Saville imposed his graphic style in the music industry.
It is no coincidence that IFA Paris has chosen to approach the theme of beauty from a different angle at the next Bachelor in Fa
For a long time, brands have used every means to stay away from the street in order not to damage their respectable image...
In less than 30 years, China has become the world's second largest economy, pulling millions of people out of poverty. But at what cost?
The relationships between luxury brands and tech have not always been idyllic, even if more and more of them have finally chosen to invest in it.
Loving fashion implies knowing how to play with codes and trends.
Yes, the world is changing. Yes, the technological revolution is gradually but definitely engulfing the fashion world. And yes...
The fashion industry has undergone profound upheavals over the past 10 years and must face sometimes contradictory transformations: the growth of e-commerce, the importance of social networks that
They would have us believe that gender fluidity is THE new trend, which was recently detected by sociologists. We are not so sure.... what about Coco Chanel and her boyish haircut in the 1920s?