Technology has advanced over the years. For instance, the large boom box with two cassette decks common in the 70s was added in movie story lines in the 80s, increasing its popularity dramatically. The 90’s were marked with the invention of the Walkman that enabled download of music that one liked. Years later, there was an invention of a much smaller portable device known as the iPod. However, this advancement in technology is attributed to fashion. With the marrying of technology and fashion, various designers have stepped in to develop innovative items. For additional interesting articles, check here.
Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin have taken the initiative of taking fashion to a whole new level by developing an Airbag that helps cyclists to protect their head from impact. Other designers such as Ashwin Rajan and Kevin Cannon have developed gloves that enable firefighters to communicate through simple hand gestures. SegraSegra is another designer who has chosen to capitalize on recycling of inner tubes of bicycles to make t-shirts and jackets. On the other hand, Emma Whiteside has designed a gown out of recycled radiator chopper. Soledad Martin has thought of generating energy by developing a shoe prototype so that when walking or running one can charge a cell phone.
Fashion works hand in hand with technology and brings about acceptance of things that had little recognition in the society. Putting on glasses brought about stigma. Therefore, the new technology of Google Glass was not accepted at first. However, when fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg made her models wear glasses on the catwalk, the new technology became widely accepted.
As the head and founder of Burch Creative Capital, Christopher Burch is one of the leading entrepreneurs in the technology industry. With close to 40 years work experience, Mr. Burch has actively participated in the formation of over 50 companies. His success in the fields of fashion, real estate, and technology is attributed to his great entrepreneurial skills and vision for new market opportunities. From a humble beginning as an undergrad at Itchica College, Mr. Burch and his brother Bob started Eagles Eye apparel. Read related article on bjtonline.com.
Burch Creative Capital is doing well; this translates to its brand portfolio, which includes ED by Ellen DeGeneres, Nihiwatu, Poppin, and Cocoon9. Aside from that, the company has put in place strategies for supporting and developing lifestyle and consumer product brands. These products are diverse and range from retail apparel and home furnishings to hospitality, organic foods, and technology industries. See the diversity of these products, click on burchcreativecapital.com.
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