For the Fashion Hack exhibition at Colette, 10 prototype pieces been created by designers, each of them embedding various new technologies relevant to this sector.
Biotechnology is about to get a major breakthrough in the textiles department – a market-ready manmade spider silk product is launching at SXSW this weekend.
Loewe has teamed up with Berlin-based VOJD Studios, which specialises in 3D printed luxury goods, to produce a bracelet made from a newly developed ceramics material.
Hot on the heels of its connected jacket that unlocked access to exclusive local experiences, Rochambeau has introduced a “Thinking Cap” to make wearers smarter wherever they go.
When we think of wearable technology, the first thing to spring to mind is smart watches and fitness trackers, but strictly speaking it stretches far earlier and more primitively than that.
Reebok has reimagined US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s infamous pantsuit using its high-tech performance materials ahead of the final presidential debate tonight.
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The Smarthole Hoodie is a new initiative from the head of industrial design at Pebble in a bid to come up with something that works better with smartwatches.
Iris van Herpen took to couture week in Paris yesterday with a collection focused on the study of cymatics; the visualisation of soundwaves into geometric patterns.
Mocked on social media, the Under Armour “Chef” – nicknamed for its all-white, comfortable and functional kitchen appeal – is also a statement of the brand’s competitive plans in footwear.
The fifth annual edition of Arizona State University’s Emerge festival will focus on The Future of Sport in 2040, with 10 designers creating unique looks imagining what performance-wear will be able to do.
This latest shoppable runway show from Alice + Olivia will be attached to the behemoth of the US festival season, Coachella, and include a capsule collection inspired by Grateful Dead.
The University of Hertfordshire in the UK has announced a collection of 3D-printed garments that it says are both wearable and highly customisable.
The latest designer product from Will.i.am’s and Coca-Cola’s recycling-focused brand Ekocycle, is a jacket featuring a camera on the left-hand breast that takes photos as you go about daily life. The Narrative Jacket, as it’s called, was designed by London-based, […]
“Shake it baby!” reads the tagline for the latest video from Hermès, which cleverly showcases product through the guise of a playful and engaging piece of content. The French luxury house is increasingly becoming known for its focus on this […]
Speak to a Brazilian right now, and most will tell you there’s little else going on in their country other than the FIFA World Cup currently. “At the moment we (I mean the whole country, literally) are 100% focused on […]
The biggest winner of the week at the 61st annual Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity (the ad industry’s version of the Oscars if you will), was arguably a fashion brand. Or a department store in fact. British retailer Harvey Nichols […]