While it’s no secret that technology is moving at a rapid pace, what might be less known is just how much of an impact it’s having on the fashion world. With that in mind, here’s a few highlights of how technology and fashion is intersecting, as well as what implications this might hold for the future.
Anti Wrinkling Technology
If you’ve ever been concerned about the effects of aging before, you might have resigned yourself to the inevitable fate of wrinkles. With new technology though, it turns out that this fate isn’t as inescapable as once previously thought. For instance, the anti wrinkle bra can help provide your body with support throughout the night while simultaneously helping to remove wrinkles. If you’ve ever struggled with your body image, then this kind of technology might be worth looking into. While products right now are only focusing on combating wrinkles, it’s not unreasonable to believe that this technology might advance even further into the future. Imagine wearing a shirt that stops the aging process dead in its tracks.
Mobile Communication Technology
For those that like to be connected to the Internet wherever they go, mobile communication technology has advanced considerably over even the past several years. By implementing this type of technology into clothes directly, as well as into glasses, watches, and other accessories, it’s now become easier than ever to stay online while out in public. If you find a phone to be too unwieldy while on the move, then embracing this kind of fashion trend might be the way to go. It might not be too far off in the future when everyone abandons their relatively large phone in favor of something a little more stylish.
Fashion and technology are interesting, in that they’re both concerned with pushing forward new extremes and styles. Through this current intersection, it’s already clear that the two will continue to have a positive relationship with one another in the future. As already outlined, products and services are already being billed as both technologically advanced and fashionably stylish, so it’s not unreasonable to assume that future technologies will also continue to take fashion into account for their developments. After all, there’s a reason certain products succeed where others failed, and a lot of that can come down to just how stylish they were perceived by the purchasing public. Hopefully these highlights have inspired you with your own fashion choices, or have gotten you excited for the hypothetical future.