This spring, mall behemoth Westfield is debuting a first-of-its kind concept that combines retail, tech and innovation. Bespoke is a 40,000-foot space located in San Francisco’s buzzing Westfield Centre where retail-tech brands can cowork, demo products and host events.
Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -Live streaming apps, connected cars, gaming hashtags and AI were big at this year’s SXSW Interactive, but, as Digiday notes, the real star of the festival was humans. -Fast Company presents “The World-Changing Ideas […]
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Stretched in every direction, but refusing to be bent out of shape, the modern fifty-something is wealthier, healthier and will live longer than any similar age group in history. That’s why this new study of contemporary 50+ Britons has been dubbed The Elastic Generation.
This article is the third installment of JWTIntelligence director Lucie Greene’s SXSW diary for Campaign U.S. Read the original article here and follow more of Campaign’s SXSW coverage here. The challenge of being in the futurist biz is that you can get quite jaded about events like SXSW Interactive. Since you’re in this stuff all […]
Consumers in developing markets are clamoring for new ways to pay, according to research from our 10 Years of 10 Trends report. These consumers were twice as likely as those in developed markets to say they would purchase goods in unique ways—like scanning billboard codes, clicking through Facebook or Twitter, or pressing a button on […]
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London Fashion Week’s Autumn/Winter 2015 marked a continued effort by designers to optimize their product, and their runway sets at fashion shows, for Instagram sharing—using visual novelty, theatrics and spectacle to inspire snapping pictures and videos.
Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -CNBC explores how Millennials are influencing luxury. -83% of the U.S.’s hyper-affluent consumers purchased luxury goods online in the past year, per MediaPost. -Pew Research looks at the top skills U.S. adults say kids need to succeed […]
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With the exponential rise in prices of designer ready-to-wear and handbags, Millennials have largely been frozen out of the luxury market—prompting many to turn to outlet sites such as The Outnet and rental luxury platforms like Rent the Runway in search of a designer fix. Now new e-commerce platform Very Exclusive is planning to make the […]
Read our roundups in magazine form on Flipboard, via the iOS and Android app or online; click here to find our magazine collection. -Adweek explores how brands can target ad-weary Millennials. -In light of Facebook’s new “legacy” feature, NPR explores digital afterlives and virtual immortality. -With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, Forbes breaks down the price […]
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As mentioned in our Future 100 report, fashion is increasingly blurring traditional gender boundaries and distinctions. Take hip gender-neutral streetwear brand Hood By Air or “loose luxury” label Baja East, which calls its approach “ambisexual.” (There’s even an androgynous clothing subscription service on the way, Greyscale Goods.) Now Selfridges, which has a knack for tapping […]