THE FUTURE OF FASHION & HOW WE WILL SHOP IN 2030

THE FUTURE OF FASHION & HOW WE WILL SHOP IN 2030
  • By Shaherazad Umbreen
  • March 30, 2018

MORE BLURRING BETWEEN FASHION AND WEARABLE TECH

Futuristic portrait of a fashion model

Wearable technology has become pretty popular in the last few years. Some products, like FitBit fitness trackers and Apple Watches, have become very popular. Others, like Google Glass, didn’t enjoy such success. One of the things that many people are beginning to note is that wearable tech isn’t always the most fashionable, and often isn’t particularly feminine. Some brands are already starting to address this. For example, Fitbit, one of the leading fitness tracker brands, has the Luxe Collection, so you can turn your Fitbit Flex 2 into a pendant or bangle. As technology and fashion options progress, there will be more wearable tech out there that looks good and does the job it’s designed to do, from fitness trackers to headphones. Tech will also get smaller too, so it will be easy to put tech into almost anything.

3D PRINTING ACCESSORIES AND MORE

3D printing is now cheaper than it has ever been, which makes it possible for almost anyone to own a 3D printer in their home. People use them to be creative and to save money on lots of things too. With a 3D printer, you can potentially find something you want to buy and simply print it out. Experts in tech and fashion are suggesting that in the future, not only will you be able to print things like jewellery and accessories, but you’ll also be able to make your own clothes too. 3D printing is allowing people to create new fabrics with properties like anti-wrinkling too.

Shoes by Shaherazad used 3D printing to create moulds for it’s fine 18 carat gold shoellery.

More : https://www.shaherazad.com/blogs/news/the-future-of-fashion-how-we-will-shop-in-2030

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