Intel announced a new “multiyear R&D collaboration” with Luxottica Group on Wednesday. Luxottica is one of the biggest makers of premium sunglasses.
Most would say it’s a given that the fashion industry will have a big role in wearables. Some smart designers beg to differ.
The new MICA is a connected bracelet that will go on sale at high-end department stores like Barney’s and small boutiques. At first glance, it looks less like a gadget and more like a piece of jewelry.
Heapsylon, the company that’s making sensor-packed smart clothing, has signed a deal to sell its smart socks alongside Vivobarefoot shoes. This is a good-sized retail opportunity for the startup.
Apparel brands and digital platforms are competing to make consumer wearables that weave technology into life.
Fashion designer Francis Bitonti debuted a 3D printed dress last night that is now available online as a design file.
The days of the crazy bridesmaid dresses appear to be on the wane as more and more brides and bridesmaids try to find dresses they actually like. Ilana Stern founded Weddington Way to help them.
Looking for the perfect present for the fashion-concious guy in your life? Think about giving a membership to Tie Society, the online men’s fashion startup that lets users rent a certain number of ties per month, with free shipping to try out a variety of styles.
Snapette, which launched last August with a sort of Pinterest for the real world model, is now becoming more of a resource for local merchants and brands, who can use the mobile app and its new website to alert users to products they might like.
What do you get when you hire over-educated writers and ask them to make a muck-raking tabloid for professionals? In the case of Breaking Media, you get a lucrative audience of badly-behaved lawyers and bankers.
Every major Apple (s aapl) product launch tends to follow a pattern that many of us have just accepted. Long lines, constrained…
Now here’s an idea that could be really cool: applying the Threadless buy-on-demand, customer-voted online store model to something much more high-end and design-oriented: home furniture. That’s what Fashion4Home, a Berlin-based startup launching in the U.S. today, is doing.
Snow Leopard isn’t the only exciting release this week, as ever there are tons of new additions to the App Store. Here…
As we wave goodbye to the week that was, it’s time to take a look at the latest iPhone recommendations from the…