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An Opportunity Not To Be Missed

Fashion & Trends, Tech
By Sofia Celeste 09 November 2016

MILAN, ITALY – How will the see-now-buy-now phenomenon forever alter the fashion calendar as we know it? Why is fashion driving innovation in social media data and analytics? Why are some retailers opting out of e-commerce? The Decoded Fashion Milan summit, set to unfold November 15 and 16 at Talent Garden Milano Calabiana, will answer these questions and more.

Digital Diversity and the Connected Consumer” is the theme that will dominate panel discussions of the two-day conference that will be chaired by fashion veteran Jessica Michault, Editor-in-Chief of Paris-based Antidote Magazine.

If you aren't convinced yet... There will be no shortage of heavy hitters: Representatives from tech behemoths IBM and Instagram will headline the conference, all of them set to discuss their latest launches and innovations, as well as fashion's vast internet potential.

Established e-commerce heavyweights like Yoox Net-a-Porter Group, Farfetch, Zalando and mytheresa.com will all convene in Milan to take part in shaping discussions on how the online shopping experience is ever-more tailored for an astute, savvy consumer.

In addition to plotting fashion's future, the conference will also introduce emerging start-ups that have the potential to influence the fashion industry. For the fourth time, a select number of the industry's young innovators will participate in The Fashion Pitch competition, where a jury of experts will assess and award the best ideas brought forward.

If you haven't bought your tickets yet, it is not too late. Click here to secure your place in the biggest fashion and tech networking event in Europe.

 

MILAN, ITALY – How will the see-now-buy-now phenomenon forever alter the fashion calendar as we know it? Why is fashion driving innovation in social media data and analytics? Why are some retailers opting out of e-commerce? The Decoded Fashion Milan summit, set to unfold November 15 and 16 at Talent Garden Milano Calabiana, will answer these questions and more.

Digital Diversity and the Connected Consumer” is the theme that will dominate panel discussions of the two-day conference that will be chaired by fashion veteran Jessica Michault, Editor-in-Chief of Paris-based Antidote Magazine.

If you aren't convinced yet... There will be no shortage of heavy hitters: Representatives from tech behemoths IBM and Instagram will headline the conference, all of them set to discuss their latest launches and innovations, as well as fashion's vast internet potential.

Established e-commerce heavyweights like Yoox Net-a-Porter Group, Farfetch, Zalando and mytheresa.com will all convene in Milan to take part in shaping discussions on how the online shopping experience is ever-more tailored for an astute, savvy consumer.

In addition to plotting fashion's future, the conference will also introduce emerging start-ups that have the potential to influence the fashion industry. For the fourth time, a select number of the industry's young innovators will participate in The Fashion Pitch competition, where a jury of experts will assess and award the best ideas brought forward.

If you haven't bought your tickets yet, it is not too late. Click here to secure your place in the biggest fashion and tech networking event in Europe.

 

 

 Photo: DECODED FASHION

 

 Photo: DECODED FASHION

 



Sofia Celeste
FAIRPLAY Editor-in-Chief


When she is not hunting down the latest in tech and fashion, Sofia Celeste is scouting artisan talent for her online magazine www.bacoluxury.com.
Born in the US and raised on the Pacific Island of Guam, she went on to write for Dow Jones Newswires and the Wall Street Journal. Her work is now regularly published in top fashion publications NOWFASHION and WWD.

 



Sofia Celeste
FAIRPLAY Editor-in-Chief


When she is not hunting down the latest in tech and fashion, Sofia Celeste is scouting artisan talent for her online magazine www.bacoluxury.com.
Born in the US and raised on the Pacific Island of Guam, she went on to write for Dow Jones Newswires and the Wall Street Journal. Her work is now regularly published in top fashion publications NOWFASHION and WWD.