20th Century Fox Selects Gerber to Produce Replica Costumes for The Greatest Showman Premiering in December
Replica costumes to be used for release of the new film The Greatest Showman and will be on display at ideation 2017
In every aspect of the fashion world, digitalization is driving the demand to bring new styles to market faster. This is also true for the world of film and costume creation. Costume replicas are costly and, in the past, they were all done by hand. But recently Gerber Technology combined forces with Global Garment Engineering and 20th Century Fox to replicate costumes worn by Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, Michelle Williams, Rebecca Ferguson and Zendaya in the upcoming film The Greatest Showman.
“Developing Fashion’s Future Leader.”
Gerber Technology, the world leader in integrated software and automation solutions for the apparel and industrial markets, is pleased to announce a partnership with Fashion Enter/FashionCapital, London, by supporting both their commercial factory and training academy.
WhichPLM’s 7th Edition Annual Report Shows Continued Double-Digit YuniquePLM Growth Over Last 4 Years
For fashion companies across the globe, managing data is one of the most time consuming tasks. Those companies who have implemented a PLM system are able to decrease time to market and optimize a single source of data across their supply chain easily. Digitalization is imperative to thrive today and our customers are embracing it.
Implementation of YuniquePLM Cloud is Latest Addition to Alsico’s Digital Workflow
Optimization of workflows, greater efficiency and insight into processes are essential ingredients to drive the speed, quality and agility needed for success in the clothing industry. For Alsico, this means outfitting the workforce with clothing that is functional, comfortable and safe, with the right fit and at the right price. They recently added YuniquePLM Cloud to their host of Gerber’s Digital Solutions.
Debuting at CISMA, Fully Automated Solution Boosts Apparel Pattern-Continuity with Precision
Consumers are becoming more aware about the quality of their clothing purchases – holding brands and manufacturers to quality standards all while demanding new styles with every new trend. “We have taken our research and learning from our AutoMatch for furniture and applied it to the apparel market,” said Tom Gordan, director, product management, Gerber Technology.