Christopher Burch said that fashion, as well as technological industry, has seen a plethora of changes; with passing time technology turn out to be fashionable and fashion into technologically fashionable. How they have mature together is an interesting journey. A glimpse of the past with present sheds light on what lies into the future. The boom box in the 70s brought fun as it allowed users to take their favorite stations and tunes with them anywhere. And decades later, this fun experience became smaller with an iPod. Technology grows with the fame of what one think of it as fashionable.
Presently, the synthesis of fashion and technology is happening. Fashion designers feel delighted in designing what delivers, and they can do that with the use of modern technology. A Dutch fashion designer, Anouk Wipprecht, said that technology is a place of experiment, a playground, and as you dive deeper into the systems and technology, it rewards you with infinite possibilities.
Frontline Gloves, designed Kevin Cannon and Ashwin Rajan, used by firefighters to get protection while doing their day to day tasks. Technology and fashion can be used together for producing energy. As energy that generates by moving can change into electrical energy, modern fabric that is in the testing phase captures kinetic energy to power things like mp3, watch, and so on.
- Christopher Burch is CEO and founder of Burch Creative Capital. He was born on 28, March 1953. Burch Creative Capital is a firm that based in NYC that manages venture brand and investments development, and also co-founder of Tory Burch LLC. In 2012, he became a billionaire, and in addition to his personal investments, he was also an investor with the Guggenheim Partners.
Chris is also an active investor in the diversity of businesses spanning an extensive range of industries and is also a co-founder of a luxury brand of the fashion industry, Tory Burch. Mr. Chris has dedicated nature toward branding power and presently applies his expertise in sales to business interests spanning financial services, apparel, technology, hospitality, and consumer products.