The CE Week 2014 FashionWare Show displayed a variety of wearable tech fashion.

Models Show Off Wearables At The CE Week 2014 Fashionware Show

Wearable tech is all the rage right now, and New York’s CE Week 2014 was no exception, hosting its very own Fashionware show displaying a variety of wearable-inspired outfits.

Here are some choice getups from the CE Week 2014 Fashionware Show:

1. The Proxima Love Story (part 1)

Design: Laura Dempsey, Hannah Newton, Ben Reed and Dan Damron from Make Fashion, and Chris Zal from Sait RadLab.

The Proxima Love Story jacket features LEDs that light up when in physical proximity of the other Proxima model.

The Proxima jacket is equipped with an RFID reader, wifi, and LED lights that respond to physical proximity.

 

2. The Proxima Love Story (part two)

Design: Laura Dempsey, Hannah Newton, Ben Reed and Dan Damron from Make Fashion, and Chris Zal from Sait RadLab.

The Proxima Love Story model wears a Healbe Globe fitness band.

This model is equipped with the Healbe Globe, which monitors calories consumed and burned, pulse, hydration, sleep, and stress levels.

 

3. Pretty in Pink

Design: Kenzie Housego, Amie Mae, Stacey Morgan and Dan Dameron for Make Fashion.

The Pretty in Pink model is wearing pulsing LEDs and a Narrative Clip.

Lined with audio circuit technology, a gyroscope, and LEDs, this outfit pulses with light along with the wearer’s movements and the surrounding music. The model is also wearing a Narrative Clip, which snaps a photo of your life every 30 seconds.

 

4. The V-Dress

Design: Marta Hall of Velodyne

The V-Dress model is wearing a Velodyne headset and 3D-printed shoes.

Two tech buzzwords converge for this model, who’s wearing 3D-printed shoes as well as wireless headphones with changeable skins.

 

5. Working Man

Design: WTF Jeans

The Working Man outfit features nanotech WTF jeans and a Goqii fitness wearable.

These jeans use nanotech to make them water, oil, and stain-resistant while “smartpockets” clean and polish smartphones. The tie is a series of customizable LED screens, while the wristband is a Goqii fitness band that monitors steps, distance, calories, time, sleep, and karma points to reward good behavior.

 

6. The Biometric Bride

Design: Catherine Hazin, Diane Gibson, Kelly Hofer, and Dan Dameron for Make Fashion

The Biometric Bride outfit features LED strips and pulse sensors.

This dress features a series of fiber optic cables with individually addressable LEDs, combined with pulse sensors.

 

All thirteen models featured:

The Fashionware Show 2014 showcased a variety of wearable-inspired outfits.

Ole Skaar