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Did you spot Naomi Campbell wearing an AI pin during the Paris Fashion Week?

Well, that was just the tip of the iceberg that took center stage during September’s fashion showcases. From Hillary Taymour’s AI creations at New York Fashion Week to the custom AI designs by Acne Studio in Paris, AI is making waves in the fashion world.

Looking ahead, AI is set to inject $150 to $275 billion into the profits of the apparel, fashion and luxury sectors in the next three to five years, promising greater inclusivity, sustainability and creativity.

AI’s influence is multifaceted, spanning from personalized styling and optimized supply chains to AI-driven designs and creativity. Here are five ways AI is influencing fashion.

1. Personalized Styling And Recommendations

Personalization stands at the forefront of modern retail, with 73% of customers expecting brands to understand their individual tastes and preferences. Here, AI can be pivotal in delivering tailored styling and recommendations.

For instance, Stitch Fix uses AI to craft personalized style profiles, gathering 90 specific data points via a detailed survey. This includes style preferences, dress size, height and location, enabling algorithms to rank and recommend clothing items tailored to individual tastes.

Meanwhile, Styleriser, a B2B German company, leverages AI to offer personalized image consulting solutions, acting as a digital shopping assistant by recommending ideal colors based on individual skin tones.

As per Segment’s 2023 report, 56% of customers are more likely to become repeat buyers with personalized experiences. It highlights that customer loyalty hinges on brand experiences, which can be improved using AI.

2. Achieving Sustainability

The fashion industry grapples with a hefty 186 billion pounds of textile waste annually, and 87% of all material used ends up in landfills or incinerators. Addressing this wastage

The 10 Biggest Trends Revolutionizing Healthcare In 2024

A longer-living population, the emergence of transformative technologies with applications across the healthcare spectrum, and continued global economic uncertainty. These are the key societal drivers that will impact healthcare in 2024.

Their convergence means we are heading into uncharted waters. On the technology side, artificial intelligence (AI) promises to dramatically change everything from the way we develop medicine and treat patients to the business and commercial side of healthcare. Its emergence is the driving force behind many of the trends outlined below.

And just as powerful will be the changes that are being made to shift the focus from reactive to preventive care in the hope of preventing an aging population from becoming an overwhelming burden on healthcare systems around the world.

With these factors in mind, here’s my overview of what I believe will be the most prominent trends in 2024.

Generative AI In Healthcare

AI will be instrumental in many of the trends here, but generative AI, in particular, will be particularly impactful over the next 12 months. It will democratize access to other transformative AI applications, making it easier to implement and interpret results and generate personalized recommendations. It will create synthetic data that can be used to train medical AI algorithms without compromising patient privacy or where there simply isn’t enough relevant real-world data. And it can create chatbots and virtual assistants to help at every stage of the patient journey. The applications of generative AI in healthcare are practically limitless, and we’ll certainly be returning to it as we discuss the other trends on this list.

Personalized Medicine

At a high level, this term refers to the creation of tailored treatment plans for individual patients. In practice, this is increasingly being done with technology and

2023 Health Information Exchange (HIE) Market Size and Trends| Market Updates and Regional Analysis till 2030

The Global “Health Information Exchange (HIE) Market” Informational Report provides an in-depth examination of market dynamics to help businesses make strategic decisions. It facilitates trend anticipation by assessing major key players performance, profiles, growth prospects, and regional impacts. This research equips organizations with the knowledge they need to understand the landscape of the Health Information Exchange (HIE) market and obtain a competitive advantage through wise decisions. The research includes a thorough analysis of the key growth-promoting variables, the strategic stances taken by economic actors, and the chances for expansion based on market dynamics globally and at the regional level.

It offers a thorough grasp of the entire ecosystem, together with in-depth knowledge of important market categories and the impact they have on particular regions. The report also looks into recent technology developments and research and development expenditures made by well-known companies. It includes essential elements like such as size, application, market share, supply chain, revenue trends, offering a thorough investigation of these factors throughout the report.

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Market Analysis and Insights: Global Health Information Exchange (HIE) Market

The global Health Information Exchange (HIE) market size was valued at USD 1057.85 million in 2021 and is expected to expand at a CAGR of 12.46% during the forecast period, reaching USD 2139.97 million by 2027.Health information exchange is the electronic mobilization of healthcare information between organizations within a region, community, or hospital system. In fact, the term HIE can also refer to organizations that facilitate communication. HIE provides the ability to electronically move clinical information between different health care information systems.

Major Players in Health Information Exchange (HIE) market are:

  • Siemens AG
  • GE Healthcare
  • Orion Health, Inc.
  • eClinicalWorks
  • RelayHealth Corporation
  • Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc.
  • IBM Corporation
  • Health Catalyst
  • Cerner Corporation
  • CareEvolution, Inc.

20 fashion trends to have on your radar for spring/summer 2023

Getting ahead of the game never hurt anyone, and what better way to occupy the gloomier months at the start of the year than by planning our 2023 wardrobe.

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Fashion month certainly didn’t disappoint – from fringing and cut-outs at Victoria Beckham’s Paris Fashion Week debut to playful check suits and LBDs at Chanel, there are plenty of SS23 trends that we are just itching to jump on.  

Spring 2023 trends 

Gabriella Berdugo wears printed dress with pink feather waist detail over white shirt © Getty

The period of fluffy lambs and blossom showers officially starts around mid-March here in the UK, however, as many of you will be acutely aware, the temperatures can still leave a lot to be desired. 

Emili Sindlev wears denim waistcoat with matching maxi skirt © Getty

Nailing the ever-tricky transitional dressing period is all about mastering the art of layering. Switch out chunky polos in favour of fringe-trimmed, lighter weight crochet knits and seek out an alternative denim jacket (think waistcoats, asymmetric hems or interesting detailing) in place of your trusty wool maxi coat.

Summer 2023 trends 

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When summer finally swings around, we are all set to bare some skin. Trends such as knee-high splits, geometric cut-outs and sheer fabrics all lends themselves perfectly to a sultry skin moment, whereas for the inevitable open-air soirée, amping up the drama is easy with a 1970s It-girl-inspired hooded gown. Run, don’t walk, straight to Alaïa.

Check out Hello! Fashion’s SS23 runway radar: 



Tailoring Trend© Photo: Getty Images


Slouchy, oversized blazers were all the rage at Valentino and even Chanel opted for relaxed-fit versions of its trademark bouclé jackets in playful pinks. If you’re a die-hard sharp tailoring gal, luckily Victoria Beckham came through with simple tailored blazers that acted as mini dresses.

The 10 Key Spring/Summer 2023 Trends To Know Now

Blue jeans, white tank, flannel shirt. In the end, it was one of the subtler looks from the Bottega Veneta spring/summer 2023 show that got the front row snapping and subsequently set Instagram alight. Sure, it was worn by Kate Moss, for whom a runway appearance is a happening these days. And sure, it turned out to be a not-so-simple combination of wafer-thin leather tank, leather trousers dyed to resemble faded jeans and a flannel shirt that required 12 layers of print to achieve that just-so colour. But it’s still surprising that “casual comfort”, as designer Matthieu Blazy put it post-show, can be considered one of the key references for the spring/summer 2023 fashion trends, even as we grapple with Barbiecore-meets-skin-galore.

Then again, perhaps it isn’t. If the industry has one eye on recession, with a slowdown on the cards, we could well be in for a return to quiet luxury in 2023. Think back to the normcore looks that defined the decade after the 2008 financial crisis, when brands dialled down the logos, packed up the partywear and embraced good old navy blue. Today’s equivalent might just be the muted suiting at The Row, the trusty leather coats at Saint Laurent, those timeless intrecciato bags at Bottega Veneta. Forever pieces, expertly executed.

Wait – does that sound like a snooze? If so, perhaps you’ll be the woman in cargo pants and a crop top come February, since designer upon designer is giving the utility proposition legs. And pockets – lots of pockets. From Marine Serre to Miu Miu, Chanel to Louis Vuitton, everything from leather jackets to miniskirts to khaki cotton coats and even tweed two-pieces came with zipped or buttoned pouches, Mr Fixit style. Speaking of tool-belt-wearing handymen, how about the trend revival nobody saw coming: power panniers?

Questionable ’00s Trends That Have Returned

Time travel may not be a thing yet, but when it comes to fashion, it kind of feels like we’re stuck somewhere around 2002. For years at this point, old ’00s and Y2K fashion trends have been resurfacing, ranging from the cute (butterfly everything!) to the questionable (we’re still on the fence about dresses over jeans).

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Perhaps the reason we’ve fallen so deep into Y2K round two is because not everyone was old enough (or even alive yet) to enjoy — and later, heavily regret — some of the more confusing, unflattering, or just plain strange styles. Or maybe many of us are just nostalgic for simpler times, when our main source of outfit inspiration were shows like Lizzie McGuire or Laguna Beach. Whatever the case, there are a whole lot of layering tricks and random accessories that have weaseled their way back into our lives, and although we may cringe at first, it might be time to give them a chance.

Here’s a refresher on which Y2K and early ’00s styles to add to — or dig out of — your closet.

Graphic T-Shirts

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The sweet, the snarky, the simple statement, etc. Slogan shirts are cool again — including slightly controversial Ed Hardy tees.

Pleated Skirts

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Admittedly, we’re all for this one. If you’re looking to go full Y2K, plenty of cute outfits can be created with pleated micro-minis. Still, if you prefer something slightly longer, it’s fine to stick with a simple tennis option, just like Eiza González, and pair it with a casual shoe.

Structured Vests

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In recent years, we’ve seen models wear this style with nothing underneath — just like the stars did in 2004. Of course, at that time, metallic options were fit for the

The Spring 2023 Trends on Vogue Editors’ Shopping Lists

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The changing of the seasons from winter to spring is a most exciting time—especially sartorially. In with lighter layers, dresses, and a sense of freedom; out with heavy outerwear, knits, and boots. When it comes to the spring 2023 trends, there’s a lot to look forward to. As noted by Vogue Runway’s trend report, the collections reflected many moods: from soft and undone (read draped jersey, distressed fabrics, and other touchable textures) to utilitarian preparedness (think well-pocketed garments) and a streamlined minimalism (see smart tailoring and even smarter button-up shirting). Our editors have already begun to gravitate to a handful of these, eager to transition to the spring wardrobe. 

Among these trends are a sense of practicality and an emphasis on a daily uniform. Two editors are bringing their maxi skirts and tailored vests into spring with a fresh perspective inspired by the shows, while others are looking for new ways to wear or repurpose those most cherished classics: denim or the white dress shirt, for example. Look to this shoppable spring 2023 trend guide for an inside look at what our editors are shopping now and most excited about.

Perfectly Imperfect 

Prada printed satin midi skirt

I recently wore Prada’s satin midi skirt during New York Fashion Week, which debuted on the designer’s spring 2023 runway in Milan last fall. The style evokes a sense of “unfinishedness,” featuring an irregularly dyed print and a slit that is made to look like the skirt is torn. – Lisa Aiken, executive fashion director, Vogue.com 

Dries Van Noten floral mesh top

Interior Asa dyed line midi-skirt

Miu Miu raw-Eedges long cotton coat

Max Mara washed cotton

Trends That Will Be Popular This Year + Photos

Lug-sole loafers will remain a strong trend.

person wearing brown two-piece outfit with white t shirt and white lug-sole loafers

Lug-sole refers to the chunky, rubber bottom on shoes and boots.

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Ashley Full, cofounder and stylist at AMOUR781, said lug-sole loafers will remain popular, especially in the spring. The style refers to chunky, rubber soles. 

“The lug-sole loafers that were a favorite of ‘It Girls’ this fall will also continue to be a trend in spring,” she told Insider. “Your chunky loafer will be the perfect complement to the preppy tennis miniskirts that everyone added to their wardrobe in 2022.”

The stylist also recommended adding a collegiate-inspired cardigan to complete the look. 

Shades of green are on the rise.

person wearing outfit with different shades of green and white high tops

Moss and fern green are at the top of the trend.

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Full told Insider she expects to see varying shades of green, including fern and moss, this year.

“We’ll see fern and moss green this spring into pre-fall,” she said. “This color might present a challenge for some, but you can embrace it through patterns or accessories.”

Golf Fashion Experts on the Trends and Apparel That Will Dominate 2023

Bailey Chamblee and Katie Ginella know a thing or two about golf fashion. 

The duo is hosting this year’s PGA Show Fashion Show on January 25, and with their own fantastic style from tee to green, Chamblee and Ginella have plenty of predictions for what 2023 will bring in the world of golf fashion.

Apparel in golf has seen a rapid change, too, evolving from knickers and ties, to cotton polos and pleated plants to, now, mock-necks, hoodies and joggers. 

And no, this is not a phase. Chamblee believes these comfort-first trends are here to stay.

“Golf shops are becoming lifestyle shops, and this is totally going to continue in 2023,” Chamblee, a golf fashion and lifestyle reporter, notes. “People want to wear clothes that represent who they are, and this casualization of golf clothes that we’re seeing gives more people that opportunity.”

This is not only great for golfers to have more choices of styles and fits, but it makes the stigma of fancy collared shirts and pressed slacks a little less prominent.

“The golf fashion trends of today make the game less intimidating for new golfers,” says Ginella, who works at The Grand Golf Club in San Diego, California, where she helps the retail team with merchandise purchases. “They walk into golf shops in clothes they think must be worn to play and then are shocked with the new casual and comfortable options hanging up.

“Everyone now wants to be able to wear their golf outfit off the course comfortably. No one goes home and throws on a ‘dry-tech’ to be comfortable.”

On tour, the trend toward comfort is also apparent. Professional golfers have leaned into golf hoodies, high-top shoes, slim-fit pants, and more comfy apparel. This casualization wave is an affirmation statement for people watching golf on

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