The present trends
Designers are working day and night to ensure that they blend fashion with technology. The use of technology has seen innovative developments in the fashion industry. Anouk Wipprecht is one of the designers who has managed to marry fashion with technology.
Besides, technology has also enabled designers to develop frontline gloves, which allows the firefighter to communicate effectively to each other. Recycling materials such as bicycle inner tubes and radiator copper to create avant-garde jackets and gowns respectively has been another exceptional product of the incorporation of technology and fashion.
The future frontier
As technology and fashion continue to work together, a lot more brilliant innovations will be born. The next product of the tech-fashion will be the development of shoes and clothes that will create electrical energy enough to charge cell phones, watches, and mp3.
Sometimes technology will need fashion to help in popularizing it. For instance, the wearing of glasses was not very much accepted until models in a catwalk wore them. Therefore, fashion can sometimes be used to introduce people to the latest technological trends and styles, which were not accepted earlier. The success of both industries will, therefore, depend on how much the two industries will rely on each other.
Christopher Burch is the founder and CEO of Burch Creative capital. He has a sharp vision for new markets and applies creativity, imagination, and incubation, which have a positive and lasting impact on the lives of the consumers. He has participated in the rise of over 50 companies.
His experience and clear understanding of consumer behavior have made him a successful entrepreneur and capital investor. Chris Burch believes that marrying creativity and productivity is the key to success. He is always devoted to power branding. He also believes that; working together, creating time for brainstorming and taking notes while producing is relevant to ensuring you meet the organization goals.
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