Thought the Candy Crush craze was over? Think again. Now that you can literally wear your favorite game, you can bet that it’ll be seeing a resurgence. Moschino, the Italian luxury fashion house, has created a Candy Crush collection. The post You can wear your favorite game thanks to Moschino’s ‘Candy Crush’ collection appeared first…
Need some fashion advice? Don’t call up mom, just head over to Amazon. The online retail giant has been dabbling in apparel for quite some time now, and its latest investment in fashion comes in the form of “Outfit Compare.” The post Amazon will now give you fashion advice thanks to the new feature Outfit…
Figuring out what to wear is such a drag that some smart people don what amounts to a uniform each day. Steve Jobs did it, Dean Kamen does itThis woman did it. SEE ALSO: Dodge baggage fees with this jacket that doubles as a secret carry-on luggage It’s not just choosing what to wear, but…
Dressing up a robot in regular clothes may seem a little odd at first, but if the robot is SoftBank’s “Pepper” android and it’s working for a company, it starts to make a little more sense. The post Pepper the friendly android is now rolling up and down the fashion runway appeared first on Digital…
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Pinterest has scanned through the 75 billion pins on its platform to bring you its third annual top 100 trends. The list spans categories such as fashion, food, travel, and personal interests, among others.
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Even the most tech-averse will admit that they’d like to step, even if just briefly, into a shoe from the future. That’s what Nike is promising with its self-lacing sneakers that have leapt from Hollywood screens into reality. Nike put the dream of self-lacing shoes into the minds of sci-fi and sneaker fans when Michael…
Intel has partnered with the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund (CVFF) and challenged 10 burgeoning designers to integrate Intel Curie chips into an article of clothing in an inspirational way.
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The secret behind the shimmery material in Yuima Nakazato’s work involves images printed onto a film-like material, then folded into more than 1,000 shapes. Fujifilm recently shared its part in the designer’s creative process.
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Sewbo is a garment-making robot designed for automating the process of skillfully guiding fabrics through sewing machines. In the process, it could change the way clothes are made.
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3D printing is making its mark on the world of high fashion, as this week’s New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017 demonstrated — with fashion collective threeASFOUR debuting a beautiful new 3D-printed dress.
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Designer Nikolas Bentel’s new Aerochromics line of shirts each change in some unique way when they come into contact with different environmental factors. They’re quite the fashion statement.
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Designer Tina Gorjanc is using Alexander McQueen’s DNA to grow “skin” complete with freckles and tattoos that will be tanned to create jackets and bags. She hopes to enable the production of leather without killing animals.
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A fashion student from the U.K.’s University of Huddersfield recently created a 3D printed dress for her final year project — along with a unique app concept which could help change the way we buy clothes.
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