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Fashion industry comprises of the immensely talented designers who try their level best to find new factors that will make scope for variety. Nobody likes to wear the similar dress to work or to a party so it’s for that reason designers and the big labels are trying to find new things that can help the fashion world to shine better.
When one’s wearing Google Glass with health tracking wrist bands then it’s no secret that there is no stopping of the technical intervention in the fashion world. The designers are seeing this fashion trend in the future and so a Wearable Tech Fashion Show took place in New York to give a platform to this gold in disguise trend. This fest brought together many fashion designers, tech experts and hundreds of intrigued guests who in wonder looked at the intelligently sewn dresses with some or the other technical gadgets.
One such wonder tailor is Acustom Apparels who has recently opened up a shop in Manhattan that uses a 3-D body scanner to customize clothes to give a better fit. Its CEO and Co-founder Jamal Motlagh conceived this idea in his Harvard days.
Also this knockout pair of Onyx Kicks blazed the ramp with the unique 3-D printed shoes that works for every occasion. From the creative minds at Continuum Fashion, this Manhattan-based group specializes in creating new and out of the box ideas.
Also TheLaserGirls has taken-up the women’s obsession of nail art and converted it towards the world of 3D printing.
It’s not just fashion and glamour that the designers are after, Electrolux Design Lab also has air purifying and environmental welfare in their mind. This latest designs of watches, purifies the air by sucking up the polluted air and sending back the recycled fresh air.
What is your opinion on these rising trends? Do you think they are going to create more headlines or not? Tell me in the comments section.