The technological industry is changing all the time and so is the fashion industry. But they are both growing together. Technology is becoming fashionable, and fashion is becoming technological.
It became fashionable in the 70s to carry around your favorite music. This started with cassette decks and moved on to the Walkman. After a decade, this experience became smaller with the iPod. This way technology is growing to keep pace with fashion.
Technology combining with fashion leads to innovation along with functionality. Hence there are self-painting dresses and so much more.
Chris Burch is the founder as well as CEO of Burch Creative Capital. His company is investing in places that are a reflection of the entrepreneurial values of Chris Burch. He has a vision for new opportunities and applying of imagination. His visions are those of creativity, incubation as well as support and scale. This leads to businesses having a direct and positive impact on the lives of consumers.
Fashion is also advancing in a way to protect us by using technology. Wearing bike protection is not fashionable, though safe. Hence a system has been created that can be worn around the neck. This is the airbag that can be worn by cyclists. In the case of an accident, the airbag will pop out of the neckwear. It is a fashionable app that also protects the head from any impact. While it is being worn around the neck, there is better visibility of the surrounding area. This is a better option that way than wearing a helmet.
Fashion designers are turning towards recycled materials in order to create fashion. The inner tubes of cycles are recycled to create fabulous jackets and t-shirts. The radiator copper can be recycled to create gowns and such articles.
Technology may need assistance to become popular through fashion. Google Glass had to come out of the stigma of wearing glasses. Hence fashion designers made their models wear these on the catwalk. This became stylish and paved the way for Google Glass.