This fall, the fashion runway’s of Toronto bring a refreshing change to the much awaited season with an intriguing blend of fashion and technology. Electric Runway, as its called, showcased the element of wearable tech that compels designers to venture beyond the conventional boundaries of contemporary fashion.
This new kind of fashion with a new kind of fashion has been cleverly curated by Amanda Cosco as she says, “Wearables right now seem to be stuck in a gadget or wristable phase, and they need designers who think with a fashion-first mind in order to make their hardware more wearable and more aesthetically beautiful.”
The innovative concept entailed three elements to it. Firstly, the widely used shopping app Stylekick, which primarily indicates the influences of modern fashion on the current genre of fashion. The availability of these innovative tech-friednly products in the current market scenario being the second element. Prototypes and concept performance pieces comprise the show’s third section.
Having showcased on 23rd July, the key endeavour behind this pionering concept was to encourage designers and retailers to experiment and think outside the box!
[Via – Inventorspot]