The FASHIONABLE TECHNOLOGY REPORT focuses on the intersection between design, fashion, science and technology from the perspective of a specialist. The report merges the visuals of a trend report with the data of a business report including refined information design. It features trends, products, business data, and company profiles. This introductory report focuses on THE SUPER HUMAN and is the first issue to a bi-yearly series. Selected art projects visualize the trends observed. The desire to create a super human through advances in technology is highlighted with products from Zeal Optics to Under Armour. The report also provides a timeline of products in this space by consumer brands Adidas and Nike and features OEMs like Clothing+.
It’s a $500 report, but if you’re in the biz it might be something to consider purchasing.
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