In the age of e-commerce, on-demand retail, and virtually endless customization, the way in which products are manufactured, marketed and sold has changed drastically from the “traditional” retail model. There are few industries in which this is more apparent than fashion.
The Internet and e-commerce have forever changed the way people shop for goods and services. In the online environment, consumers have unlimited access to products and retailers – each offering their wares for purchase at the click of a button, and delivery one to two days later.
Made-in-the-USA Apparel Manufacturing: The Journey, the Resurgence and Solutions to Meet a Growing Demand
Takes Concepts through Design, Printing, and Cutting With Industry 4.0 Agility
To demonstrate how integrated technology can support the ability to produce fashion on demand in a sustainable way, Gerber Technology is collaborating with Stephanie London, a high-end women’s wear designer, to develop a collection of garments, the Gerber by Waldrip Collection. The collection demonstrates how traditional processes that historically take months, can be transformed to bring a line to life within days.