The Karl Lagerfeld Store in Amsterdam is enabling online sharing of new looks straight from the changing room.
Sandwichbikes have eco-friendly wooden frames that can be assembled just like flatpack furniture.
Suggestme recommends destinations based on how popular they are on social media at the time and enables users to compile their own custom guide.
Studio Roosegaarde is set to expand its Intimacy 2.0 range of smart dresses that turn transparent based on electronic signals they receive.
App places viewers’ second screens at the heart of its narrative, providing extra content to those who keep their smartphones at hand for the duration of the film.
We caught up with Reinoud Tjallema from Planspot to hear about the startup’s success since the early pivot in their business plan.
Twitcident is helping first responders to better work out how to proceed by filtering Twitter updates about an incident by relevancy.
Mud Jeans has put its denim up for rent through a subscription program.
Avoid The Shopping Crowds advises consumers whether they should avoid certain outlets based on the number of shoppers in-store.
The IkHa temporary restaurant allowed customers to select their choice of Ikea furniture to populate the space while they dined.