Digital Diva: Wearable Tech


FASHION & TECHNOLOGY NEWS THIS PAST WEEK (JAN 18th)

Would You Wear This Shape-Shifting Garment?

San-Francisco based designer Behnaz Farahi has created a 3-D printed garment that shape-shifts in reaction to external stimuli. How will this garment change the fashion industry?

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Electrically-Heated Outerwear

Tom Nolan has combined function and design with his brand, Gyde Supply. Using wireless heat control and their patented Microwire technology, the brand has created electrically-heated clothing to withstand the most extreme weather conditions.

Read more on First Tracks >>



Control Your Shoes with Your Smartphone

Digitsole has debuted a new line of footwear that can be controlled via a smartphone app. Wearers can adjust the temperature of the shoes, tighten and loosen the laces, and track physical activity all with the push of a button.

Read More on Mashable >>


Charge Your Phone with Style


Knomo has combined fashion and function with their new line of phone-charging handbags, briefcases, and backpacks. Using induction chargers and magnetic connection technology, the company has created a stylish way to charge mobile phones.

Read More on PSFK >>


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Burberry: A Leader in Digital Marketing

AppleTV is often used as an effective marketing tool, and Burberry is the latest brand to jump on the trend. Take a closer look at how the British fashion house has remained at the forefront of luxury marketing.

Read more on Clausettee >>


Smart-Sensing Jewelry for Women

In collaboration with Wisewear, the luxury smart jewelry company, New York fashion icon Iris Apfel will be designing a collection of high-fashion wearables for women.

Read more on Fast Company >>


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