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F ashionWare: Now in its ___ year high tech fashion, especially in sportswear, watches and Bluetooth connected everything from handbags to handwarmers have become increasingly commonplace, inching toward the road to mass production and consumption. But we’re looking out with our fashion glasses and seeing jaw-dropping advances in many categories: High Tech Textiles: Experiments in conductive fabric, recyclable fabrics and fabrics smart enough to track their paths from factory to showroom. New textiles are high on our list of 2018 implementations. Experiential Fashion: No more “Honey, does this dress make me look fat?” Want to know how you’ll look in that dress? How that couch will fit in with your other furniture? How to operate the radio in your new car?
Look no farther than new VR and AR teams to make fashionable experiences part of life. AI as Your Personal Designer? Imaging a personalized clothing designer that not only knows your tastes but knows what’s stylistically best for you. AI will advise and curate your personal style. Designer’s Mix Their Toolboxes: Intricate handmade pieces woven side-by-side with high tech twinkles and glimmers. The best designers are intertwining timeless design with high tech beauty and functionality. Workplace Wearables: Suits that never wrinkle, personal ID built into your clothing, staying safe at the workplace and more. Workplace wearables will get the lion’s share of attention this year. Payment Wearables: Your jewelry will let you shop with one click. Biohacking: Optimizing your knowledge of your body’s inner workings from its emotional state to its state of hydration will be part of the utilitarian fashion.
Our very first high tech fashion show featured a dress that inflated itself from a mini skirt to an evening gown using a small hair dryer tucked in the waistband of the dress as its “tech component”. We’ve come a long way, baby. Today our FashionWare Show at CES delights attendees with a look at the hottest high tech wearables. Hosted by Project Runway’s Nick Verreos, the show features tech-forward attire and accessories for everyone from the business exec to the bling lover, the sports devotee to the mobile-centric family. This year you’ll see the latest from head-ware to foot-ware, from new fabrics to new chipsets, from wearable payment systems, to displaying your emotions on your sleeve. FashionWare Show takes place on the main stage of the Living in Digital Times Pavilion at the Sands Convention Center.