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LAST WEEK NEWS ON FASHION TECHNOLOGY ( SEPTEMBER 28th)

World’s First Anti-Bacterial Sneakers

These trendy sneakers by the Urban Wooler claims to combine the quality of 100% New Zealand sheep wool with fibers that locks odor molecules inside to hinder bacterial growth and only releases when washed.

Read more PSFK >>


Wearable Payment Tech on Catwalk

Designer Henry Holland introduced NFC technology at his London FW show where guest were able to purchase item off the runway using a ring. By holding it close to a tag, the transactions were made right at the spot.

Read more Telegraph >>


The Blackest Material Ever Made

A nanotech company has created Vantablack which has become the darkest material in the world. Made of carbon nanotubes, a full body suite made out of it can make one appear two-dimensional.

Read more on The Guardian >>


A Breathable, Shape-Shifting Bra

During NY Fashion Week, Chromat & Intel collaborated on two responsive bra designs that open vents to body’s change in temperature, perspiration and the wearer’s adrenaline levels.

Read more on Fastco Design>>


Future Of Retail 2015 Presentation

In this digital age, we rarely think about how colors are made. Did you know the rich and deadly history behind the making of colors?

Read more on Slides Share >>


The Techpacker Corner



Reporting from NY Capsule Show

This Market Week in New York, we decided to browse through the Capsule Show and list out Top 7 fashion forward SS16 looks and the creative talents behind them.

Read more on Techpacker Blog >>


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