When Fashion And Technology Collide [PSFK 2016]

When Fashion And Technology Collide [PSFK 2016]

Fashion Technologist Amanda Parkes returns with an update on how to take wearables past the wrist

  • 5 may 2016

What if your shirt could generate power? What if textiles could be grown in a lab? What if wearable technology moved off the wrist and onto the rest of the body? These were the kinds of questions Dr. Amanda Parkes addressed at last year’s flagship event in New York. At PSFK 2016, Parkes is welcomed back to the stage for a brief update on the future of fashion and the development of Manufacture NY.

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