Technology and fashion may appear to be separate entities. However, a closer look at the dynamics that surround the two industries you will see that they are interconnected. Great changes have been done in the two industries. It has been a beautiful journey, and one can only wait to see the beautiful fashion and technological trends that the future holds.
Great trends have seen the revolutionizing of the technology world and how it fits in the fashion world. Turning back the pages of history in the 1980s, technology played a role in the designing of the fashionable music devices. It first started with a walkman which was a great improvement from the cassette decks used in the 1970s. Today, there are iPods which are fashionable and elegant.
The connection between the two is not only limited to devices. There has been a newly created fashion wear that captures kinetic energy which can be used on watches. There are developments to develop a prototype that will see the designing of shoes that will allow you to charge your cell phone while running.
Another great trend that has been witnessed in the world of fashion is in the designing of the glasses. A while back people wearing glasses could not fit in the fashion world. However, today there are great designs that will complement your fashion style.
In his opinion, Christopher Burch said that technology would create beautiful fashions. Both industries should learn from each other to create unique pieces for the future.
About Christopher Burch
Christopher Burch is the founder of Burch Creative Capital and also the CEO of the company. This is a fashion based company that incorporates the new technology to design creative and unique fashion pieces for their clients.
In 2011 he founded the C. Wonder Company. This is an apparel and accessories company. He later sold the company to the Xcel brands.
Christopher is an investor and entrepreneur and has 30 years of experience. It is his expertise that has propelled the company to achieve success. He has participated in the establishing and growth of over 50 companies.
His entrepreneurial career began back in 1976 while still at the Ithaca College. With his brother’s support, he started the Eagle Eye apparel which had grown to $165 million before selling it.
It is his ability to recognize the link between innovation and implementation that has given him success. He has managed to invest in both domestic and international real estate.