Features

Local means global

Slow Fashion is gaining adepts at such a pace that all on its own it has been transformed into a trending movement that is winning hearts and customers

Joan Guasch

Are robots harmless?

“We need to rethink things ranging from finance structures through to intellectual property”

Experts talk of the inevitability of robotics, tell us not to worry so much about them and advise us to simply “deal with it”. Some are not so convinced

Digital talent wanted

On average, some 64% of vacant posts are not posted online or advertised

There is a growing demand for professionals in digital marketing, social media and digital strategy

1.44 MB of data Floppy disk

Floppy disks appeared in 1971 in the US, developed by the computer giant IBM. They allowed for storing digital information on a magnetic disk inside a square plastic casing. With the onset of personal...

Trans fashion

The front cover of the French Vogue gives prominence to transgender styles, featuring the like of Brazilian model Valentina Sampaio

Spring showers

This spring is a tribute to Debbie Reynolds, the star of one of the most memorable musicals of Hollywood's golden age, with long raincoats and patent leather coats

Carrie & Debbie, fashion icons

An HBO documentary reveals the lives of missed Hollywood stars Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher

Devotion next door

Proximity is a key word in the Slow movement but it goes further than location and also embraces commitment to the community

Close to home and far away

Slow is neither small nor second class and many local designers are the names on track in Barcelona 080, Cibeles, White in Milan, The Train in New York or Who's Next in Paris

Behind the scenes

Slow Fashion shares the same search for excellence and innovation as traditional fashion, but within a new framework