We have started the countdown to the Interlaced event.
Taking place in London in September, we are excited and ready to be enticed by an event that promises to inspire, educate, communicate and showcase the latest developments in fashion and technology.
INTERLACED 2015 is all about the minds, talents, creators and innovators shaping the future of fashion through technology. The day long event will centre around discussions on how we can, are and will shape the future of fashion through technological innovations.
Interlaced’s key focus is to connect not only the startups and established companies but to also connect leading academics, pioneering students and everyday consumers too. Founded by KRISTINA DIMITROVA and KARINA ISMAT, their objective was to; [quote_center] “speed up innovation within fashion houses and technology companies in the area of wearable tech apparel”.[/quote_center]
Dimitrova has always had a fascination with the way technology is changing society. With experience in organizing events, she has worked for TEDx and Youth on The Move whilst also consulting for fashion tech and wearable tech startups. Ismat is all about in-depth detail, proportions and functionality. Her experience and knowledge is in design and construction which she now uses to build Interlaced into an organization that is dedicated to inspire, educate and communicate the next wave of fashion.
The much coveted ticket will allow you entry into the ultra cool space, the Boiler House in the Old Truman Brewery, Shoreditch. On the 3rd September 2015, Interlaced will give us access to everything wearables, 3D printing and retail development whilst also allowing us the opportunity to listen to feature speakers such as Ada Zanditon and Nik Thakkar from Ada + Nik, Piers Ridyard the CEO of XOO and Cute Circuit founders Francesca Rosella and Ryan Genz.
With wearable technology progressing at such a rapid rate definitely makes the Interlaced event the hottest ticket in town. So with 50 days 20 hours 31 minutes 12 seconds left we recommend that you BUY NOW, because with ticket prices starting at £25, taking a peek into the future of fashion has never been so affordable.