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E-Commerce Videos

What is the Future of Fashion E-Commerce + Mobile Apps?

Fashionista’s Lauren Indvik speaks with Macala Wright on the convergence of fashion and tech and today’s leading digital retailers. Indvik highlights the challenges of going digital, the disruption of fashion bloggers, and the viability of mobile fashion apps. She also shares her top picks for social platforms and mobile apps – including valuable insights on Twitter, Instagram and the latest mobile shopping app, Spring. Fashion brands and retailers learn why they should not be building their own mobile apps and instead onboarding services like WhatsApp and Line. Continue Reading

Retail Videos

Joe Zee + WWD Talk F/W 2015 Fashion Trends Consumers Will Buy

F/W 2015 apparel, accessories and footwear are heavily influenced by the 1970s and 1990s. Yahoo! Style‘s Editor-in-Chief, Joe Zee, and WWD’s Fashion Director, Alex Badia, talk about the five fashion trends that consumer wills be buying this fall. Watch the videos on how the choker, the denim skirt, the culotte, the brooch and the flare jean are style statements to have.  Continue Reading

Life Videos

Technology and the Innovation of Loneliness

In the video, Innovation of Loneliness, Shimi Cohen explores the connection between online social activity and the human experience of loneliness. Inspired by the book, Alone Together, by Sherry Turkle, and the Hebrew article, The Invention of Being Lonely, by Dr. Yair Amichai; Cohen creates a visually impactful, thought-provoking video on the subject of modern day loneliness.

Isn’t it ironic that although we have the ability to be more connected than ever, we actually feel less connected?

This video explores the science-based reasons behind this interesting phenomenon. It is true that while we are capable of being digitally in touch with others, this does not equate to a substitute for face-to-face human interaction. Today, we are distracted by our devices and even stressed out by the competitive nature of social media, so instead of feeling more secure and fulfilled, we often find ourselves feeling more isolated and disheartened.

Back in the early 1800s, author Henry David Thoreau said, “Men have become the tools of their tools.” While there is no denying that technology has improved our lives in many ways, Cohen’s video is an eerie echo of this sentiment, all these years later. And that leaves one to ponder his or her relationship with the Internet of Everything…