Fashion-tech entrepreneur. Hardware innovator. Passionate about creating incredible consumer experiences.
An interesting op-ed that showcases the way fashion often thinks about technology. Initial interest in promising new tech is often followed by frustration and dismissal when early adoption proves complex. Then when (due to this dismissal) brands don’t keep up as tech becomes more consumer-ready, they find themselves lagging far behind other industries. Just because it’s not ready for prime-time doesn’t mean it’s not real.
I love this article. Learning to truly enjoy eating out alone (and ignore the real and/or imagined looks of pity from others around me) was one of the best things I’ve done for my self-confidence, self-care, and personal growth.
This article definitely hits on the need to transform the way we think about brick and mortar retail. The fact is that retail is changing, but people will always want physical, in-person experiences. I believe the article does not go far enough, however, in its vision for mall and retail spaces. We can do so much more than just integrate residential house and upscale dining. The entire shopping, manufacturing, mass-customization and delivery ecosystem needs to be (and can be!) re-invented.
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