Speaking of technology and fashion, one thing is common to both: the infinite possibilities of both industries to grow. As time elapses, technological devices become fashionable. On the other hand, fashion becomes technologically fusible.
Ever since the introduction of the boom box in the 70s, people walked around listening to their favorite tunes. With time, this was replaced by the walky-talky, which personalized the entertainment experience. What of now? There’s the iPod, which is even smaller and has brought sophistication with it. Hence, technological growth depends utterly on what is perceived as fashionable.
The blend of fashion and technology is becoming popular. Designers find this synthesis delightfully engaging because is boosts their creativity and innovation. Termed as a playground, technology allows people to experiment. With the relentless curiosity of what it can offer, there are just endless possibilities.
Fashion designers place high prospects in what the future holds. For instance; the invention of a cyclist’s neckwear that houses an airbag which protects the head during impact can revolutionize traffic safety. This is a good replacement for the helmet which burrs your visibility. Further, incorporating technology in fashion, kinetic energy can be produced to allow an individual to wear designer clothes able to power portable devices like iPods, mp3 or mp4 players.
In fashion, for technology to gain popularity, it needs assistance. Previously, there was a lot of stigma surrounding wearing of glasses. Now, this notion has been shunned by the invention of Google glasses and has led to the awakening of latest trends and styles.
About Christopher Burch
He is the founder and CEO of Burch Creative Capital, a creative capital company that offers business incubation, finance, and business startup capital with a unique approach. His entrepreneurial philosophy is based on creating new market opportunities and practicing sound financial policies. His intuitive knowledge of consumer characteristics has enabled him to play an integral part in the rise of more than 50 firms.
His 30 years of career success has made him a prolific publisher of online articles to help young budding entrepreneurs find their foothold of their industrial capabilities. In fact, he has an upcoming event, C2 Montreal 2017, where he will be speaking about the power of Creativity and Commerce in the exploration of new opportunities, business disruptions, and major migrations.