The digitization of all sectors of society is a reality. Many companies have become or have been born 100% digital and others are still reluctant to make their departments and their way of working digital.
Information technology is helping thousands of companies to reduce costs, save time and improve their production thanks to a variety of software and mobile applications. In many cases this has a negative impact on the labor supply, as some jobs that used to be done by people are now done by machines.
Thatâ€™s why itâ€™s very important to train in digital themes that help people to acquire new knowledge to be employed in the coming years and decades in jobs that today we still donâ€™t know but that will be completely digital and online.
The fashion industry is no stranger to this situation. There are new companies and startups that help big brands to develop tasks hitherto unknown to them. Such as being intermediaries when it comes to obtaining fabrics, getting help to create designs and garments that are more sustainable or studying trends on social networks like Instagram or Tik Tok to launch new collections by doing social listening on the Internet.
Fashion design in a digitalized world
The goal is to combine fashion designs with a sustainability strategy that helps to achieve a better world that is committed to take care the environment. This entrepreneurial attitude works to make the clothing design, manufacturing and sales industry modern and adapted to the 21st century as well as digital.
From the point of view of consumers, millions of people around the world are already demanding fashion products through e-commerce. There are online stores that sell all kinds of clothing items, and others that have specialized and sectorized in pants, shoes or sportswear. The evolution of the digitalization of the fashion world continues its unstoppable journey.