I've been thinking a lot about how fast things have changed in the fashion industry since we started SupplyCompass - obviously no more than last year—seasons, systems thinking and sustainability.
There's growing pressure on brands and their factories to delight and meet the ever-evolving expectations of the digitally savvy, increasingly climate-conscious fashion consumer. They're reacting by designing and producing smaller collections faster and dropping new lines more frequently. A fresh approach to selling requires a fresh approach to producing.
There’s a whole host of different fashion software out there that caters to businesses of all different shapes and sizes, each focused on solving specific challenges, driving better team collaboration, and streamlining processes.
We're thrilled to announce our partnership with Queen of Raw, as featured in Vogue Business. By joining forces, SupplyCompass Platform users will be able to access a myriad of deadstock fabric options via the SupplyCompass Deadstock Library to design more sustainable collections, create value from waste, and champion circularity.
In the short space of 6 weeks, the famously fast-moving fashion industry has been forced to slow down, or in some cases, come to a screeching halt.
Econyl is a form of nylon that is made entirely from waste products. It is made from a range of post-consumer waste including abandoned fishing nets, carpets, and rigid textiles and aims to be a green alternative to the original product which is made from a derivative of oil.