Sunday, April 23, 2017

Anouk Wipprecht x Somfy Curational Project, 2016 ‘The Art of Motion’

Dutch-born designer Anouk Wipprecht who is famous for her Spider Dress and Smoke Dress is collaborating with Somfy on something a little bit different. Past...

Your Mind At Ease With Bellabeat’s Fashionable Leaf Urban

We recently wrote an article on the Next Generation Wearables that Liberate and Master the Mind, and continuing on this thread we would like to...

Innovative Scandinavian Airlines To Make An Impact in Wearables

Could SAS be the world’s most innovative airline? Well, the Scandinavian Airlines have never been shy about being at the forefront of new technologies, trends...

When ‘Functional Fashion’ Takes A Whole New Meaning

Designing functional fashion is and should be more than just the latest smart jewellery with the ability to give you notifications or a handsome tech...

Digital Natives in Smart Cities: Conquering the Future Now

Stepping from your driverless car (which hummed off to find a parking spot), you glance at your wrist and notice that your virtual assistant...

Next Gen Wearables That Liberate and Master The Mind

As the world of wearables gains momentum, we are starting, more than ever, to be introduced to devices that have been designed to act...

LDNTechWeek, Shining A Spotlight On The City’s Booming Tech Hub

First launched in 2014, London Technology Week brings together as many domestic and international tech specialists and enthusiasts to London, to network and take advantage...

Top 3 Smart Living Devices We Can’t Wait to Own

Nowadays the idea of living in a smart home has become more reality and less science fiction. So when we find ourselves getting excited...

Beyond The Keyboard, Logitech’s Connected Car for Under $100

Something new and exciting has come to light courtesy of Logitech. ZeroTouch is a smart car phone holder with voice-command app that gives your...

Meet Josh, The Smart AI For Your Home

Josh is a connected voice activated home device designed for the high end market. I must admit I quite like the sound of a smart home device...

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Styling Smart Jewellery

Brides are all about "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue", isn't it about time the saying included "something tech"?J'adore smart jewellery. Why? Because...
Is Adidas Proving Footwear Technology Is Maybe in 3D Printing?

Is Adidas Proving Footwear Technology Is Maybe in 3D Printing?

What does Thursday, 15th December 2016 and cities New York City, Tokyo and London have in common? Well, Thursday, 15th December 2016 is the...

Styling Puls Smartwatch

This week we are all about styling the boys and our muse is wearable enthusiast Will-i-am. The look is all about embracing the Black...

FASHNERD CONTRIBUTORS

Females in Tech

GroundBreaking Innovations Are Great But So Is Long Term Investment In Female Tech Talent

We have analysed 750 tech, media and telecoms companies that have appeared in the Tech Track 100 rankings from the last 15 years. With regards to how...
Hearables

Hearables Attract $50 Million of Crowdfunding – Ear Good, Wrist Bad

It’s almost four years since I coined the word “Hearables”, so it was pleasant to see it displayed as a headline product category on...
Battery Technology

The Challenge of Charging: Can Battery Technology Help our Wearables?

At this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona the usual technology names in the mobile phone industry launched their latest products. By looking under...

Take a Flutter With A Skirt Controlled By Your Brainwaves

Imagine a garment that reacts to your brainwaves. I know, I know, it all sounds a bit science fiction, but New York based wearable...

Nike Teases About Future Collab With Apple

When it comes to brands developing wearables, collaborations are all the rage. So it should have come as no surprise when Nike recently confirmed that they...

Digital Innovations: MyTheresa x Burberry Shoppable Interactive Runway

As fashion week struts on to Milan, we found ourselves being approached by video technology company Smartzer. Founded in 2012 by Karoline Gross,  Smartzer has worked...

‘Audio Shades’ Make You Wear Your Beats And Stay Connected

Imagine yourself looking cool, bopping your head to music and still be able to communicate with others. Although this has been possible for some time, every now...

VITALI Smart Bra, Meet Your Intuitive Wellness Coach

With $34,076 of their $50,000 goal already pledged, it seems like everyone is talking about the VITALI Smart Bra. Attracting the right kind of attention, their Kickstarter...
Human Inc

Human Inc’s Headphones: Experimentally Fashionable

With the dust barely settled on the recent announcement of Apple's AirPods there is already a new player on the block confidently tempting consumers to...

Kuben Edwards, Stylish Eco Conscious Warrior

As the demand for Fast Fashion slows down, the way forward is all about Sustainable fashion. More than a trend, and all about changing the...

Republica 2015 Berlin: Meeting Lisa Lang

When FashNerd attended Re:publica 2015 in Berlin, we  had the pleasure of meeting innovative designer Lisa Lang.As I sat down next to the founder of ElektroCouture, the first thing...

Daniel Hirschmann: “Technology is not Creating a YouTube Video”

In the words of Zoolander, #KidTech is so hot right now! That is why it was so great to take a pause from the...
Internet Of Voice

Smartphone Has Nowhere Else To Go, The Next Step in Simplicity is The Internet...

Voice recognition in the cloud, along with the Artificial Intelligence (AI) to interpret and respond intelligently (which is a very different task to traditional...

‘Audio Shades’ Make You Wear Your Beats And Stay Connected

Imagine yourself looking cool, bopping your head to music and still be able to communicate with others. Although this has been possible for some time, every now...
Internet Of Voice

When The Internet Of Things Becomes The Internet Of Voice (Part 1)

Forget the Internet of Things (IoT) - it’s a bubble. The majority of products currently claiming to be IoT devices are just the same, vertical...