Seven Ways Spring 2014 Fashion Month Embraced Technology like Never Before

Photo by: Courtesy of Fallon
Fallon x Samsung
Fallon's Dana Lorenz staged her first-ever runway show at New York Fashion Week last month, mixing ready-to-wear and accessories from the likes of Ohne ... more 
Photo by: Courtesy of Fallon
Fallon x Samsung
Fallon's Dana Lorenz staged her first-ever runway show at New York Fashion Week last month, mixing ready-to-wear and accessories from the likes of Ohne Titel and Aquazzura with her own striking costume jewelry. But that's not all: Lorenz also collaborated with Samsung to integrate both the company's Note 3 smartphone and its brand new Galaxy Gear "smartwatch" into a handful of looks, along with chain- and stud-accented leather accessories she created especially for each. (FYI, the $299 Galaxy Gear hits stores in October-and yes, Fallon will be producing the tech accessories she sent down the runway!)
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Thu, Oct 3, 2013 3:41 PM EDT
by Elana Fishman



The fashion industry might be notoriously old school in a number of ways (we're the sort to savor the smell of a hot-off-the-press September issue, send handwritten thank-you notes for everything and keep leather-bound agendas)-but recently, the style sphere has begun to utilize technology in truly fascinating ways. Sure, we're all over Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook-but the newfound love between fashion and tech goes far beyond mere social networking. From a world-famous London label that put the new iPhone to use before its release to a New York jewelry whiz that dreamt up some out-of-this-world accessories for Samsung's latest smartphone, click through above to see seven ways designers dove into the digital age this past fashion month.



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