Fashion and technology are becoming more and more intertwined. We’re all familiar with the incredible catwalks and pieces created by designers such as Alexander Mcqueen, Hussein Chalayan, Iris Van Herpen and the way they captivate us and tell stories through their use of fashion and technology. There are also brands that use wearable technology alongside communication devices. Light up dresses, glasses, trainers, and gowns that spell out messages – they’re definitely attention-grabbing, but not so wearable or practical for a dinner or lunch meeting. There’s a novelty to wearable technology that, for the most part, ‘wears off’. Apple launched their smart watch and it hasn’t proved as popular as expected. I have only ever seen men wearing the watch, or editors who have been gifted the Apple Watch Hermès. One of my clients in LA was wearing an Apple watch, but I didn’t notice it until I saw him move his arm to read an email. It had just looked like an ordinary stainless steel watchstrap. What I love about the Huawei Watch is that it really does look and feel like an elegant timepiece – a perfect fusion of fashion, technology and design. I’m still learning the functionality of it all, but it is super addictive.