Wouter Munnichs and I go back several years. We both blog and teach about denim. In a new series of video interviews from the Bluezone denim trade show, we share the stories of some of the coolest people in ‘the blue world.’ But first, let’s hear Wouter’s own story.
Making denim can be a dirty business. So how can denim become more sustainable? That was one of the topic of the on-camera conversations I had with several key influencers and denim experts at the Bluezone show back in January.
At the latest Bluezone show by Munich Fabric Start, I interviewed a handful of experts and influencers about the future of artificial intelligence and Big Data in the denim industry.
Before we know it, computers and robots will be making our jeans. At Munich Fabric Start’s Bluezone in January, I interviewed the show’s creative partners, Lucie and Tilmann Wröbel of Monsieur-T., on how the Concept Zone visualised how AI and Big Data can be combined with human creativity.
This sponsored blog post guides you through eleven presentations, panel discussions and other highlights as well as six exhibitors that you should prioritise at the upcoming Bluezone show.
Munich Fabric Start’s Bluezone show for January 2018 is themed MAN+MACHINE. The show will address the benefits and opportunities of software-generated creative processes and analyses of ‘big data.’
This sponsored blog post revisits the ‘Infinite’ theme of Munich Fabric Start’s latest Bluezone show to discuss how denim in the future must be seasonless.
For the first time, a fabric trade show presented an approach to and work and think beyond trends for denim. Using denim communities can create long-lasting trends, as well as more personal relations with consumers.
In this sponsored blog post, six denim designers discuss the opportunities and challenges of the premium, fast fashion and heritage jeans sectors, and how to source for each of them.