Wearable tech can be fashion-forward.
Do you remember when fashion seemed to go wearable-mad? It was 2015, and the Apple Watch had made its debut with various designers rushing to merge fashion with technology that you could wear. Fast-forward to 2018’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and there were far fewer fashion types on the convention floor. Was this an admission that maybe fashion doesn’t need to be so technical? Or was it a pivot away from aesthetics toward material fabrications and retail efficiencies? Either way, few would complain about a Fitbit that pushes you toward a healthier, more active life. Especially one set in a resin and brass bracelet from Tory Burch.