Weekly Debrief #31News
This week on the NellyRodi Radar…
Rethinking the store of the future
Brands have been moving online to engage consumers, but with stores reopening, retailers will have to reimagine experiential spaces and a way to limit high-touch services.
Study: More than half of the world’s population uses social networks
The Global Digital Report has been updated with the latest international figures and trends on web, social network and mobile usage as of July 2020. Among the key findings of the annual report: the global share of social media users exceeds 50%.
“The economic and social crisis may also be a systemic crisis for fashion”
Without agility, power is nothing. Or almost nothing. On the front lines of the crisis, Pierre-François Le Louët, President of the French Federation of Women’s Wearing Apparel, looks back at his major observations – as concrete as they are forward-looking – on the future of the fashion industry. Focus on a few key insights from this meeting, to be found in full.
Decarbonising fashion is imperative
The fashion industry currently contributes up to 10 per cent of global carbon emissions. And big brands can’t pay the problem to go away.
Cover image credit: Burberry’s Autumn/Winter 2020 show was carbon neutral © Isidore Montag/Gorunway.com