For his Fall 2013 collection, Levine embedded his premium gloves, weekender bags, and coats with a Bluetooth 4.0 chip courtesy of Phone Halo, enabling them to be easily tracked via an iPhone App in case they ever got lost. When you’re paying upwards of four digits for a pair of Hunger Games inspired garb you may not want to lose them. Then again, if you can afford those couture pieces, it may just not matter anyway.
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