Parsons design students give wearable tech a touch of chic in fashion and design hack


What good is a wearable if no one wants to want to wear it?

While connected devices have become increasingly prevalent in our world, the growing appetite for wearable technology has opened the door for a new wave of devices that aim to eliminate the line between substance and style, and allow consumers to be more discerning in their gadget choices

“We didn’t begin with the idea of technology followed by fashion. We began with fashion first, and technology at the core,” says Christina d’Avignon, founder and CEO of Ringly, a fashion-focused newcomer in the wearable space. “What you wear says a great deal about who you are and we believe wearables should be designed to fit both your life and your style.” …

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