Technology and Fashion, Created for Each Other

Over the years, technology and fashion remains the best two things that exemplify the phrase:”created for each other.” I will buttress this view for better understanding, but before then, some people deserve some recognition and appreciation for highlighting the inseparable relationship between technology and fashion before its global awareness. Even if i cannot remember all of them, one of them will always remain in my memory. Chris Burch is his name.

 

Burch is somebody worth listening to. He teaches with proofs. Business runs in his vein. His entrepreneurial prowess was already yielding great returns while he was in his teens before leaving college. His millions is not a product of family inheritance; he worked his way into greatness.

 

He left college as a millionaire in the fashion industry. Burch was daring. He went into technology and set the pace for others to follow. He was not done yet. He took his skills to another industry, the real estate. He seems to carry success where ever he goes. His current company, Burch Creative Capital, rank among the top companies in the United State with impressive brand of portfolio.

 

Technology and fashion have combined marvelously to produce a trend with the later edging the former; there has never been a yesterday’s invention surpassing the one for today. Not many union can boast of such attributes. For instance, in the 70s both industries put resources together to give the music world the boom box for carrying favorite tunes around. By the 90s, it was the turn of the Walkman. Almost every music lover had at least one because it provides great personal music experience. Before the end of the millennium, an improvement on the Walkman by name iPod stole the heart of the people. That has been the trend ever since, an improvement on the former every time.

 

In a way technology has rescued fashion from losing ground. Without the inputs of technology in the fashion world, the high standard of innovation and functionality evident today will not be there. Almost all accomplished fashion designers agree to this. Anouk Wipprecht could not agree less. She put her opinion in these words:”technology is like a playground, a place of experiment, and as you dive deeper and deeper into the technology and systems, it rewards you with endless possibilities.”

 

Fashion, on the other hand, has reciprocated the good gesture from technology. The popularity of technology would be grossly undermined without the inputs from fashion. Fashion has a way of capturing the hearts of people to love and patronize any tech products.

 

The above are only a few of the many indications showing that technology and fashion are created for one another.