Totwoo and Anina Net partnered on a kit that gives designers the components to create their own LED jewelry pieces at affordable prices, breaking down a barrier to entry

Connected jewelry company Totwoo has launched a DIY kit in collaboration with fashion tech expert Anina Net that allows designers to develop their own signature tech-powered jewelry. The ‘Totwoo Love’ 360Fash Tech Kit enables jewelry makers to integrate LED displays into their designs without the need for coding knowledge. The team behind the kit also hopes to empower female designers and encourage them to experiment with technology.

The Beijing-based Totwoo, headed by Italian jewelry designer Marco Dal Maso and entrepreneur Jieming Wang, is driven by fashion-forward pieces. Crystals, gemstones and precious metals are integrated into wearables that are both aesthetically pleasing and able to sync with notifications, track fitness and communicate using light signals. Anina Net founded 360Fashion Network in 2005 as a way to support global consumer and fashion brands and host events around smart fashion.

360Fash Tech Kits


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Connected jewelry company Totwoo has launched a DIY kit in collaboration with fashion tech expert Anina Net that allows designers to develop their own signature tech-powered jewelry. The ‘Totwoo Love’ 360Fash Tech Kit enables jewelry makers to integrate LED displays into their designs without the need for coding knowledge. The team behind the kit also hopes to empower female designers and encourage them to experiment with technology.

The Beijing-based Totwoo, headed by Italian jewelry designer Marco Dal Maso and entrepreneur Jieming Wang, is driven by fashion-forward pieces. Crystals, gemstones and precious metals are integrated into wearables that are both aesthetically pleasing and able to sync with notifications, track fitness and communicate using light signals. Anina Net founded 360Fashion Network in 2005 as a way to support global consumer and fashion brands and host events around smart fashion.