Chris Burch talks about the future of fashion and technology in an article published on engadget.com. Chris Burch is a fashion enthusiast. He states that fashion and technology have been able to grow together and that their journey is fascinating. He adds that the two depend on each other so as to gain popularity. Chris says that there are a lot of opportunities that fashion and technology have to offer. He states that fashion designers have incorporated technology into their designs and come up with amazing products. Chris Burch talks of Anouk Wipprecht who is a Dutch fashion designer. He states that this designer marries fashion and technology to create amazing designs.
Anouk Wipprecht has a reputation for her avant-garde designs, and she has designed the Pseudomorphs and the DareDroid. Chris adds that Terese Alstin and Anna Haupt came up with a system known as the Airbag for Cyclists. This offers protection for cyclist and ensures that their head is protected in case of an impact. He also talks of the frontline gloves which were designed by Kevin Cannon and Ashwin Rajan for firefighters. The frontline gloves enable firefighters to communicate to each other via simple hand gestures. Chris says that all this has been made possible through the combination of fashion and technology.
Chris Burch says that designers are now recycling materials to create fabulous fashions. SegraSegra was able to create t-shirts and jackets by recycling bicycles inner tubes. Emma Whiteside also used recycled radiator copper to create a big gown. Chris states that technology and fashion can generate energy when used together. Newly made clothing captures the kinetic energy produced by the movement to power things like a mp3 and a watch. Chris says that Soledad Martin is in progress to create a prototype for shoes that will allow individuals to charge a cell phone while running or walking. Chris says that there are times that technology requires help to acquire popularity from fashion.
Chris Burch is a serial entrepreneur who serves as the Principal of Burch Creative Capital. Chris has various business backgrounds in many different industries which include technology, real estate, and fashion. Chris Burch attended the Itchica College for an undergraduate degree. Chris and his brother launched a company known as Eagles Eye Apparel which they grew to 165 million US Dollars before they decided to sell it. Chris believes that there is a tremendous potential in the technology and fashion industries.