In an article published in the engadget.com, Christopher Burch can only predict the best in the world of fashion going forward. By looking at the past He bases his prediction by taking a glimpse of the past and the present. Technology and fashion have a similarity, they all advance over time.
He gives an example of the 70s boom box which was by then the Americas, biggest thing. Those days, people could carry them around and listen to their favorite tunes and stations. They had two sides of cassettes, enabling one to play music on one side and record the same on the. That was incredible. Over time advancement in technology has changed all these and steriograms are now less bulky, easily portable and contains advanced key functions.
Concurrently, fashion designers use technology to create what they believe will deliver. According to a Dutch fashion designer, AnoukWipprecht, describes technology as a playground or a place of experiment. The more you dive deeper is the more you are rewarded with endless possibilities. AnoukWipprecht has designed a dress that literally makes drinks, a self-painting dress, and the DareDroid and Pseudomorphs.
The future is bright
Bike protection is not a new thing. However, nobody would have imagined of the existence of airbags for cyclists, but this is just what Anna Haupt and TereseAlstin created. It is a neck outfit that pops up to protect your head during an impact. AshwinRajan and Kevin Cannon came up with the Frontline Gloves for firefighters. Soon you will have shoes, for cell phone chargers. Soledad Martin is working on it.
About Christopher Burch
J Christopher Burch was born on March 28, 1953, in a middle-class family and raised in Wayne, Pennsylvania by his parents. He was one in ten siblings that were brought up in a middle-class family. Christopher’s father was a distributor of mining equipment.
Christopher Burch is the CEO of a New York-based Burch Creative Capital. The firm manages venture investments as well as developing brands. He is also the co-founder of Tory Burch LLC. It was in 2012 that Chris was featured in the Forbes as a billionaire.