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Is Tech Clothing Really That Smart?

The future of fashion is being direct towards the use of technology not only in accesories but also in clothing.  We’ve all heard about wearable technology and numerous brands trying to compete with the iWatch or the FuelBand but what about clothing? 259 more words

Fashion and wearable computing: a brief report from London Fashion Week

On Sunday September 14th I hosted a panel as part of London Fashion Week – almost certainly the only time in my life I’ll be talking to an audience literally from the catwalk. 1,385 more words

LEDetailing at CuteCircuit

Quick, how many ways can you think of to embellish garments? Rhinestones, beading, sequins, lace appliqués, tweets, embroidery… Wait a sec… tweets?! We’ll get to that shortly. 453 more words


Inicia la Fashion Week de Nueva York

Ayer, 4 de septiembre, la Mercedez Benz Fashion Week arrancó.

           A las nueve de la mañana, el primer desfile inició: Nicholas K presentó su colección Primavera-Verano 2015. 414 more words

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Katy Perry Fave CuteCircuit Shows Light-Up Dresses At Fashion Week

CuteCircuit’s mission of integrating shimmering LED lights into eveningwear is laudable, to be sure. The only problem? The designs they showed at the Hudson Hotel yesterday keep wearable tech firmly in the category of novelty. Read More


Katy Perry Fave CuteCircuit Shows Light-Up Dresses At Fashion Week

Successful fashion/tech mashups are tough. Maybe it’s because fashionistas and code monkeys don’t mix, or because the luxe feeling of a silk Hermès scarf can’t be simulated via Android. 178 more words

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Wearable Tech on the Catwalk

CuteCircuit staged the world’s first wearable tech haute couture catwalk, thus connecting the fashion and tech worlds.

A wearable tech/interactive company CuteCircuit designs seamless technology with fashion, and incorporates LEDs, telecommunications, and textile to bring style to wearable technology.

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