Read, Watch, Listen To The Voices Quenching The Thirst for Fashion Tech Knowledge

With a growing demand from the early adopters, the curious and the fashion tech community to be kept well informed of any interesting developments in the fashion tech space, we share with you the voices you can read, watch and listen to.

As the merger of fashion and technology advances forward, there is a growing demand from the early adopters, the curious and the fashion tech community to be kept well informed of any interesting developments in this space. From start ups making a difference to wearables designed to be seamlessly integrated into our everyday life, there are now quite a few voices, like Rachel Arthur, communicating the latest business news emerging from the fashion technology realm.  Among the many, there are a few who you should read, watch or listen too. They are Muchaneta Kapfunde of, Amanda Cosco of Electric Runway and Cristina Quitania of reFashion.


FashNerd founder Muchaneta Kapfunde’s drive is fuelled by her insatiable appetite for technology and her passion for fashion trends. Together with her partner Mano ten Napel, she unashamedly lives and breathes

As editor-in-chief, she continues to grow into the go-to web destination for audiences thirsty for the latest news in fashion technology, lifestyle technology, collaborations and must have wearables. She is the brain behind the popular WearableTechStylist and innovative shoppable edit, The Guide. Muchaneta’s vision is to make the latest Fashion Technology products accessible to mainstream consumers. Her drive is fed by her need to make’s distinct voice recognizable within the Fashion Technology and IoT industry.

Working with contributors who use as a platform to get their voice heard,’s community continues to grow and currently stands at over 53K. With her expertise on demand, Muchaneta was keynote speaker at Fashion Tech Berlin and was also part of a select panel at Fashion Debates and various other fashion tech events at the South Bank Centre in London. Interviewed by the Irish Tech News and Mess Magazine, it looks like the University of Arts graduate’s entrepreneur spirit seems to know no bounds.

WATCH Electric Runway

Amanda Cosco, has made a name for herself as a multimedia journalist focusing on the intersection of fashion and technology. Founder of Electric Runway, she has built her career writing articles about on cyborgs, wearable technology, smart fabrics, and future fashion. A contributor to rags like Women’s Wear Daily, the Toronto Star, Wareable, and the CBC, her expertise includes moderating panels on hacking hardware, wearables for women, and next-generation retail experiences.

The Canadian native holds a Master’s of Arts from Ryerson University, a Bachelor of Arts from York University, and a certificate of digital media skills from the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD U). With amazing experience under her belt, Amanda has evolved from having a strong interest in the merger of fashion and technology to being the go-to person telling the story of how we as humans, are changing our clothing, and how, in turn, our clothing is changing us. Besides her weekly video’s, her expertise also stretches to speeches and keynote presentations both on local and international stage. Which in our eyes makes her a definite one to watch in the fashion tech realm.

LISTEN to ReFashion

Cristina Quitania who also goes by Cristina Q, is a digital marketer standing at the crossroads of fashion, retail and tech. Founder of, she hosts a regular podcast that has included notable interviews with Vogue, Twitter, Macy’s, Farfetch, Net-a-Porter and David Lauren. Curating conversations with fashion and retail’s preeminent people and brands, Cristina’s Refashion podcasts have become the industry’s resource for business, innovation and building success.
All about sharing an insider’s perspective when it comes fostering creative ideas, Cristina has worked with Decoded Fashion to produce and lead all red carpet interviews at Decoded Fashion Milan. Her more notable interviews include Twitter, Net-a-Porter, Farfetch, Zappos, Diesel and YOOX. Cristina’s goal with Refashion is to accelerate the success of fashion entrepreneurs, while pushing the limits of what is possible through collaboration, knowledge and empowerment. Curious to learn more? Why not take a listen to the latest Refashion Podcast by downloading it from iTunes, Stitcher Radio and Refashion. Co
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