Technology and Fashion together a furturistic prediction. Technology grows with the popularity of what one considers fashionable. For instance in The 70s boom box, in The 80s carrying a boom box was popular since it showed in movies, the 90s the invention of the walkman and another decade later a smaller invention was created The iPod. Such use from technology and Fashion brings a higher standard in innovation and funtionality.
“The fashion industry, as well as the technological industry, have seen many changes through the years. The one remaining constant is that both industries grow together. Over time, technology becomes fashionable, and fashion becomes technologically fashionable. How they have grown together is a fascinating journey. A glimpse of the past and present shines a light on what lies ahead in the future.” -Christopher Burch.
A Dutch fashion designer, Anouk Wipprecht goes on to say, ” Technology is like a playground a place of experiment, and as you dive deeper and deeper into the technology and systems it rewards you with endless possibilities.”
Wearing a bike helmet may not be fashionable protection, Anna Gault and Teresa Alstin created an airbag that pops up to protect one’s head from impact that goes around the neck. Frontline Gloves for firefighters to easily signal one another through gestures. SegeraSegera a designer who used recycled inner tubes of bicycles to create jackets and t-shirts and designed Emma Whiteside went as far as taking recycled radiator copper to make a large gown.
Fashion and Technology can be used to create energy. For instance, shoes so that when you walk or run it charges your cell phone. Top fashion designer, Diane Von Furstenberg, gives us a good example of how Fashion and Technology can work together with bringing technology such as Google Glasses to the car walk.
In addition, Chris Busch is Founded and CEO of Burch Creative Capital. Also Mr Burch is the co-founder of the luxury fashion brand, Tory Burch. Both company’s an expression of Burch’s vision of imagination and creativity. An entrepreneur and investor, Chris Burch, has participated in the rise of 50 companies.
Mr. Burch’s sucesz started in 1976, where him and his brother Bob invested $2,000 to start Eagle Eye Apparel, a business they fed $165 million before selling to SwireGroup. Relying on innovation and implementation he relized a unusual sucess. Chris Burch has invested in real estate of luxury homes in Nantucket, Palm Beach, Florida and New York.