British supermarket chain Tesco is helping customers find the perfect size and fit when they shop for clothes on line with the innovative F&F (Florence and Fred clothing label) virtual fitting room service. Tesco is the first retailer to use the technology, which is now on its Facebook page clothingattesco. Customers can create 3D digital versions of themselves from a photograph uploaded on to a virtual fitting room page.
Archive for February, 2012
Words by MPDClick’s Graphic Trend Researcher.
This one is a bit of fun and perhaps takes the urban regeneration theme to its limit! We have been looking at various clever and creative ways of displaying art in the street to change people’s perception of their surroundings while helping to rejuvenate city spaces.
Words by MPDClick’s Trends Editor.
Yesterday evening Hollywood’s elite descended down the red carpet at L.A’s Hollywood and Highland Centre to celebrate the 84th Acadamy Awards, the film world’s most prestigious award ceremony. Opening the event with the obligatory catwalk of couture gowns, stars showcased creations by fashion’s best designers, garnering almost as much press attention as the award-winners themselves.
Words by Sarah Wade, Editor MPDClick.com.
London is lucky enough to regard Spanish-born designer Emilio de la Morena as one of its most exciting young talents. Knowing his customers intimately, ‘structural chic’ is a reoccurring theme for Morena, but this season the Central St Martin’s and LCF alum shed his signature bright colours and sensual flashes of skin for dark, evocative hues and severe proportions.