According to Christopher Burch, the technological and fashion industries have both experienced tremendous changes over the years. However, the remaining similarity between the two industries is that they grow together. Burch asserted that over time fashion becomes technologically fashionable while technology becomes fashionable. By shining light on the past and present growth experienced by the two industries, a lot is to be expected in the coming times.
The current times are characterized by a high synthesis of both fashion and technology. As such, fashion designers all over the world seem to take deep delight in creating clothes that deliver. For the designers, technology offers this possibility. Anouk Wipprecht from Dutch is one of the designers who has successfully married fashion and technology. In fact, she has created a reputation due to her avant-garde designs like a drink-making dress.
Through integrating fashion and technology, some designers like Tyrese Alstin and Anna Haupt have created Airbag for Cyclists. This fashionable bike protection is worn around neck as opposed to a helmet. Some designers have managed to recycle materials in a bid to come up with outstanding designs. Emma Whiteside recycled radiator copper to create a large gown while SegraSegra created t-shirts and jackets using recycled inner tubes from bicycles.
Fashion has also displayed the ability to awaken people to the recent technology trends like Google Glass. Diane Von Furstenberg ‘s model wore such glasses during a catwalk. This trend between the two industries points to some interdependence that allows both industries to grow together.
About Christopher Burch
Christopher Burch is notably the CEO and founder of the Burch Creative Capital. In fact, the company boasts of an investment philosophy that expresses not only Burch’s entrepreneurial vision and values for support and scale, incubation, creativity, applying imagination and new market opportunities. These attributes have led to the creation of disruptive businesses and brands, which have a lasting, positive and direct impact on the lives of consumers.
Over the years, Burch has participated in the growth and development of over 50 companies. Burch has created a vast track record of connecting impact to innovation through integrating intuitive knowledge of consumer behavior with direct and international sourcing experience. Through Burch Creative Capital, Christopher Burch has created a vast brand portfolio. Some of the latest brand additions include Nihiwatu ED by Ellen DeGeneres, Poppin, TRADEMARK and Cocoon9. These recent introductions join other existing brands including Voss Water, Faena Hotel+ Universe and Jawbone.