Unleashing Creativity in Fashion

Whether it’s the creation of smart and connected accessories, immersive runway experiences or enabling data-driven sales with analytics technology, the rapid convergence of technology and fashion is evolving beyond the wrist to enable brands to unleash creativity and allow consumers to experience brand new forms of personalization.

Intel is reinventing the boundaries for what it means to innovate in fashion by enabling designers and brands to deliver stylish wearables that consumers want through accessible and versatile computing technology such as Intel Curie. By powering and creating virtual reality and immersive retail experiences, Intel is also helping brands secure new touchpoints with consumers through IoT and software solutions. From stunning runway collaborations to retail inventory tracking systems, Intel is empowering brands to innovate and enhance their end-to-end solutions through wearables, real-time insights, inventory tracking, and more, resulting in seamless experiences for consumers and brands alike.

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    Intel is partnering with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportswear label Chromat, to showcase an architecture-inspired sports bra built with Intel technology that opens vents when it senses heat and sweat to cool down the body. The sports bra’s intuitive response to perspiration and temperature is enabled by Intel® Curie™, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearable products.

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    Intel is partnering with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportswear label Chromat, to showcase an architecture-inspired sports bra built with Intel technology that opens vents when it senses heat and sweat to cool down the body. The sports bra’s intuitive response to perspiration and temperature is enabled by Intel® Curie™, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearable products.

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    Intel is partnering with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportswear label Chromat, to showcase an architecture-inspired sports bra built with Intel technology that opens vents when it senses heat and sweat to cool down the body. The sports bra’s intuitive response to perspiration and temperature is enabled by Intel® Curie™, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearable products.

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    From Sept. 8 to 14, fans can access the Intel runway experience at New York Fashion Week by downloading VOKE’s GearVR app to use with a Gear VR headset and Samsung phone. They also can visit NYFW.com and participating designers’ websites for an immersive 2D offering. (Credit: VOKE)

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    TAG Heuer Connected watch with Intel Inside and running the Android Wear platform. The case and crown are made from ultra-lightweight grade 2 titanium. Connectivity options include audio streaming, Bluetooth and WiFi.

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    TAG Heuer Connected with Intel Inside and running the Android Wear platform is equipped with a sapphire crystal touchscreen and small microphone to communicate via voice control. Shown with black perforated rubber band.

  • Chromat – Runway – Spring 2016 MADE Fashion Week
    Intel is partnering with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportswear label Chromat, to showcase an architecture-inspired sports bra built with Intel technology that opens vents when it senses heat and sweat to cool down the body. The sports bra’s intuitive response to perspiration and temperature is enabled by Intel® Curie™, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearable products.

  • Chromat – Runway – Spring 2016 MADE Fashion Week
    Intel is partnering with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportswear label Chromat, to showcase an architecture-inspired sports bra built with Intel technology that opens vents when it senses heat and sweat to cool down the body. The sports bra’s intuitive response to perspiration and temperature is enabled by Intel® Curie™, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearable products.

  • Chromat – Runway – Spring 2016 MADE Fashion Week
    Intel is partnering with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportswear label Chromat, to showcase an architecture-inspired sports bra built with Intel technology that opens vents when it senses heat and sweat to cool down the body. The sports bra’s intuitive response to perspiration and temperature is enabled by Intel® Curie™, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearable products.

  • Chromat – Runway – Spring 2016 MADE Fashion Week
    Intel is partnering with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportswear label Chromat, to showcase an architecture-inspired sports bra built with Intel technology that opens vents when it senses heat and sweat to cool down the body. The sports bra’s intuitive response to perspiration and temperature is enabled by Intel® Curie™, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearable products.

  • Chromat – Runway – Spring 2016 MADE Fashion Week
    Intel is partnering with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportswear label Chromat, to showcase an architecture-inspired sports bra built with Intel technology that opens vents when it senses heat and sweat to cool down the body. The sports bra’s intuitive response to perspiration and temperature is enabled by Intel® Curie™, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearable products.

  • Chromat – Runway – Spring 2016 MADE Fashion Week
    Intel is partnering with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportswear label Chromat, to showcase an architecture-inspired sports bra built with Intel technology that opens vents when it senses heat and sweat to cool down the body. The sports bra’s intuitive response to perspiration and temperature is enabled by Intel® Curie™, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearable products.

  • Chromat – Runway – Spring 2016 MADE Fashion Week
    Intel is partnering with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportswear label Chromat, to showcase an architecture-inspired sports bra built with Intel technology that opens vents when it senses heat and sweat to cool down the body. The sports bra’s intuitive response to perspiration and temperature is enabled by Intel® Curie™, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearable products.

  • Chromat – Runway – Spring 2016 MADE Fashion Week
    Intel is partnering with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportswear label Chromat, to showcase an architecture-inspired sports bra built with Intel technology that opens vents when it senses heat and sweat to cool down the body. The sports bra’s intuitive response to perspiration and temperature is enabled by Intel® Curie™, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearable products.

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    Intel is partnering with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportswear label Chromat, to showcase an architecture-inspired sports bra built with Intel technology that opens vents when it senses heat and sweat to cool down the body. The sports bra’s intuitive response to perspiration and temperature is enabled by Intel® Curie™, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearable products.

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    Intel is partnering with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportswear label Chromat, to showcase an architecture-inspired sports bra built with Intel technology that opens vents when it senses heat and sweat to cool down the body. The sports bra’s intuitive response to perspiration and temperature is enabled by Intel® Curie™, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearable products.

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    MICA displaying SMS

  • MICA displaying Near Me feature powered by Yelp
    MICA displaying Near Me feature powered by Yelp

  • At New York Fashion Week, 13 designers will utilize Intel’s imme
    At New York Fashion Week, 13 designers will utilize Intel’s immersive runway experience powered by VOKE’s TrueVR platform and Intel data center technologies to live-broadcast their runway shows in full stereoscopic virtual reality. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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    The intelligence behind the accessories shown at Hussein Chalayan’s Paris runway show on Sept. 30, 2016, are powered by the Intel Curie module, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearables. Paris Fashion Week’s Spring/Summer 2017 event runs Sept. 27-Oct. 5, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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    The Hussein Chalayan collection and runway show theme centers around the here and now of London life. Projected visualizations interpreted the wearer’s “stress level” onto a wall powered by Intel technology during the presentation on Sept. 30, 2016. Paris Fashion Week’s Spring/Summer 2017 event runs Sept. 27-Oct. 5, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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    The glasses at Hussein Chalayan’s runway show on Sept. 30, 2016, are connected to a wearer’s belt. The belt includes an Intel Compute Stick, a tiny computing device the size of a pack of gum that captures the biometric data and translates it by projecting visualizations interpreting the wearer’s “stress level” onto a wall via a small Pico projector. Paris Fashion Week’s Spring/Summer 2017 event runs Sept. 27-Oct. 5, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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    With the Intel Curie module, sensors located on the glasses at Hussein Chalayan’s runway show on Sept. 30, 2016, in Paris gathered biometric data from the wearer, measuring the body’s real-time physiological reactions to perceived or real stress. Paris Fashion Week’s Spring/Summer 2017 event runs Sept. 27-Oct. 5, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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    Designer Hussein Chalayan collaborated with Intel for his Spring/Summer 2017 runway show on Sept. 30, 2016, at Paris Fashion Week, showcasing never-before-seen glasses and belts powered by Intel technology. Paris Fashion Week’s Spring/Summer 2017 event runs Sept. 27-Oct. 5, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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    It was announced today at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) that Intel® Edison, only slightly larger than a postage stamp, is now available to pro makers and entrepreneurs to power small and worn devices.

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    Mike Bell, Intel New Devices Group vice president, holds up the new Intel Edison development board that powers small and worn devices during his mega session at the Intel Developer Forum.

  • MICA bracelet, designed by Opening Ceremony, engineered by Intel
    MICA bracelet, designed by Opening Ceremony, engineered by Intel

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    Nov. 9, 2015: At the historical LVMH Tower in New York City, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich (left) and TAG Heuer CEO Jean-Claude Biver (right) shake hands after the unveiling of TAG Heuer Connected, a luxury Swiss connected watch forged from the connected technology expertise of Intel, the legendary watchmaking aesthetics of TAG Heuer, and the Android Wear ecosystem. (Credit: Rob Kim and Craig Barritt/Getty Images)

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    Nov. 9, 2015: TAG Heuer Connected with Intel Inside is made of lightweight and durable grade 2 titanium with a textured rubber strap available in seven colors: black, red, blue, white, orange, green and yellow. Functionality includes fitness tracking, smart phone integration, access to the full Android Wear universe and more. (Credit: Rob Kim and Craig Barritt/Getty Images)

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    Nov. 9, 2015: TAG Heuer, Intel and Google unveil TAG Heuer Connected, a luxury Swiss connected watch engineered with Intel technology and benefitting from the Android Wear universe, at the historical LVMH Tower in New York City. (Credit: Rob Kim and Craig Barritt/Getty Images)

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    In this photo released by Intel Corporation, Brian Krzanich, Intel’s Chief Executive Officer (R) is joined on stage by Chromat CEO, Becca McCharen (L) to discuss the future of fashion and technology during his keynote presentation at 2016 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) on Tuesday, January 5, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. McCharen demonstrated Chromat’s Adrenaline smart dress and Aeros smart bra, powered by Intel® technology to adapt to a woman’s heart-rate and perspiration*. CES is one of the world’s largest gathering places for all who thrive on consumer technologies and will run January 5-9, 2016 in Las Vegas. (Photo by Intel Corporation/Bob Riha, Jr.) *These devices have not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission. These devices are not, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased, until authorization is obtained.

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    A model displays the Adrenaline Dress, a design by architectural sportswear label Chromat, on Tuesday at CES. Using the Intel Curie module, Chromat’s designs expand and change form based on the wearer’s body temperature, adrenaline levels (defined as perspiration plus body temperature) or stress levels. Intel and Chromat continue to explore innovative fashion designs ingrained with technology. The 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show. The 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show, the leading forum for the world’s consumer technology leaders, runs Jan. 5-9, 2016, in Las Vegas. (Credit: Intel Corp.)

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    In this photo released by Intel Corporation, three time Ironman World Champion Craig Alexander previews the first look of “Radar Pace,” smart eyewear by Oakley featuring a first voice-activated, real-time coaching system demonstrated during Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s keynote presentation at 2016 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) on Tuesday, January 5, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The smart eyewear is engineered with Intel innovation to provide fitness professionals and enthusiasts with in-the-moment feedback and analytics, helping to track and improve real-time performance*. CES is one of the world’s largest gathering places for all who thrive on consumer technologies and will run January 5-9, 2016 in Las Vegas. (Photo by Intel Corporation/Bob Riha, Jr.) *These devices have not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission. These devices are not, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased, until authorization is obtained.

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    A model displays the Aeros Sports Bra, a design by architectural sportswear label Chromat, on Tuesday at CES. Using the Intel Curie module, Chromat’s designs expand and change form based on the wearer’s body temperature, adrenaline levels (defined as perspiration plus body temperature) or stress levels. Intel and Chromat continue to explore innovative fashion designs ingrained with technology. The 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show. The 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show, the leading forum for the world’s consumer technology leaders, runs Jan. 5-9, 2016, in Las Vegas. (Credit: Intel Corp.)

  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced collaborations with Barneys N
    Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced collaborations with Barneys New York*, the Council of Fashion Designers of America*, and Opening Ceremony* to explore and bring to market smart wearable technology, and also to increase dialogue and cooperation between the fashion and technology industries. As part of the collaboration, Intel and Opening Ceremony will work together to design smart fashion items, including a smart bracelet based on Intel technology with design direction from Opening Ceremony. Luxury retailer, Barneys New York will carry the Intel-based wearable technology in their stores. An added collaboration with the Council of Fashion Designers of America will establish a community focused on wearable technology – combining the technology and fashion industries closely together to network, match-make, and cultivate dialogue.

  • Intel partners with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportsw
    Intel partners with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportswear label Chromat, to create electro-luminescent designs that react to subtle gesture interactions. The designs are enabled by Intel® Curie™, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearable products

  • Intel partners with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportsw
    Intel partners with Becca McCharen, CEO of architectural sportswear label Chromat, to create electro-luminescent designs that react to subtle gesture interactions. The designs are enabled by Intel® Curie™, a tiny hardware product that provides designers and makers the ability to add functions and capabilities to a wide range of wearable products

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    Nov. 9 2015: At the LVMH Tower in New York City, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, TAG Heuer CEO Jean-Claude Biver, Google VP David Singleton, and LVMH Group CEO and Chairman Bernard Arnault show off the TAG Heuer Connected watch with Intel Inside and running the Android Wear platform. (Credit: Rob Kim and Craig Barritt/Getty Images)

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    It was announced today at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) that Intel® Edison, only slightly larger than a postage stamp, is now available to pro makers and entrepreneurs to power small and worn devices.

  • Designer Hussein Chalayan unveils his collaboration with Intel a
    Designer Hussein Chalayan unveils his collaboration with Intel at his Spring/Summer 2017 runway show on Sept. 30, 2016, at Paris Fashion Week. His presentation features never-before-seen glasses and belts powered by Intel technology. Paris Fashion Week’s Spring/Summer 2017 event runs Sept. 27-Oct. 5, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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    Designer Hussein Chalayan unveils his collaboration with Intel on Sept. 30, 2016, at his Spring/Summer 2017 runway show at Paris Fashion Week. Paris Fashion Week’s Spring/Summer 2017 event runs Sept. 27-Oct. 5, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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    The theme of the “Room Tone” show and collection presented Sept. 30, 2016, at Parish Fashion Week centers on “the here and now of London life,” consisting of a series of five studies that are simultaneous reactions and proposals on how certain attitudes or realities can be experienced or optimized. Paris Fashion Week’s Spring/Summer 2017 event runs Sept. 27-Oct. 5, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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    Vice President Mike Bell, Intel New Devices Group vice president, discusses the intersection of technology and fashion at the Intel Developer Forum with President Brian Nohe, SMS Audio; Vice President David Garver, Business Development, Emerging Devices, AT&T Mobility; Senior Vice President Matthew Woolsey, Digital Marketing Barneys New York; and EVP, Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer Greg McKelvey, Fossil Group.

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    The ‘Synapse’ dress powered by Intel® Edison was shown for the first time during the New Devices Group mega session at the Intel Developer Forum, highlighting how LEDs embedded in the dress change in pattern and intensity in response to the wearer’s concentration and physical surroundings.

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    TAG Heuer Connected watch with Intel Inside and running the Android Wear platform. The case and crown are made from ultra-lightweight grade 2 titanium. Connectivity options include audio streaming, Bluetooth and WiFi.

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    TAG Heuer Connected with Intel Inside shown with a white perforated rubber strap and dial on. Features include fitness tracking, smart phone integration and access to the full Android Wear universe.

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    TAG Heuer Connected with Intel Inside shown with a red perforated rubber strap and white dial on. Features include fitness tracking, smart phone integration and access to the full Android Wear universe.

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    TAG Heuer Connected with Intel Inside shown with a blue perforated rubber strap and blue dial on. Features include fitness tracking, smart phone integration and access to the full Android Wear universe.

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    TAG Heuer Connected with Intel Inside shown with a green perforated rubber strap and white dial on. Features include fitness tracking, smart phone integration and access to the full Android Wear universe.

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    TAG Heuer Connected with Intel Inside shown with a yellow perforated rubber strap and blue dial on. Features include fitness tracking, smart phone integration and access to the full Android Wear universe.

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    TAG Heuer Connected with Intel Inside shown with an orange perforated rubber strap and black dial on. Features include fitness tracking, smart phone integration and access to the full Android Wear universe.

  • TAG Heuer, Google and Intel announce a collaboration to launch a
    TAG Heuer, Google and Intel announce a collaboration to launch a Swiss smartwatch powered by Intel technology and Android Wear. Pictured left to right: Guy Sémon, General Manager of TAG Heuer; Jean-Claude Biver, President of the Watch Division LVMH Group and CEO of TAG Heuer, Michael Bell, Corporate Vice President and General Manager of Intel’s New Devices Group and David Singleton, Director of Engineering for Android Wear.

  • TAG Heuer Connected with Intel Inside and running the Android We
    TAG Heuer Connected with Intel Inside and running the Android Wear platform is equipped with a sapphire crystal touchscreen and small microphone to communicate via voice control. Shown with black perforated rubber band.

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    At NYFW, an Intel experience powered by VOKE’S TrueVR platform and Intel data center technologies, creates a natural viewing environment, transporting viewers from their couches to the runway. (Credit: VOKE)

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    MICA, designed by Opening Ceremony, engineered by Intel; Collier Schorr for Opening Ceremony and Intel

  • MICA, designed by Opening Ceremony, engineered by Intel; Collier
    MICA, designed by Opening Ceremony, engineered by Intel; Collier Schorr for Opening Ceremony and Intel

  • MICA bracelet, designed by Opening Ceremony, engineered by Intel
    MICA bracelet, designed by Opening Ceremony, engineered by Intel

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    In collaboration with ByReveal and using innovative Intel technology – including the Intel Retail Sensor Platform – a one-of-a-kind, stand-alone pop-up retail store that can be installed in 30 minutes will provide real-time data analytics about products and buying patterns. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

  • Intel’s immersive runway experience at New York Fashion Week was
    Intel’s immersive runway experience at New York Fashion Week was powered by Voke. The technology is shown at the Mischa Collection’s presentation. New York Fashion Week runs Sept. 8-14, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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    At New York Fashion Week, luxury designer TOME showed its accessories line with a bracelet based on Intel Curie technology that will help women improve their health and the quality of their day by staying connected on-the-go. New York Fashion Week runs Sept. 8-14, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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    TOME’s New York Fashion Week runway show featured a proof of concept handbag that makes its owner aware of the nearby environment. The Intel technology in the bag detects ambient temperature, toxic gases and barometric pressure – sending helpful alerts to live a more informed life. New York Fashion Week runs Sept. 8-14, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

  • At New York Fashion Week, TOME and Intel created a proof of conc
    At New York Fashion Week, TOME and Intel created a proof of concept handbag that is sustainable and makes its owner aware of the nearby environment. The Intel technology in the bag detects ambient temperature, toxic gases and barometric pressure – sending helpful alerts to live a more informed life. New York Fashion Week runs Sept. 8-14, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

  • At New York Fashion Week, Intel partnered with Baja East to show
    At New York Fashion Week, Intel partnered with Baja East to show a new connected shoe line with Fila. Powered by Intel Curie technology, the shoe helps track and interpret fitness data. New York Fashion Week runs Sept. 8-14, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

  • Intel’s partnership with Baja East x Fila at New York Fashion We
    Intel’s partnership with Baja East x Fila at New York Fashion Week saw connected shoes shown as part of the runway show. Powered by Intel Curie technology, the shoe helps track and interpret fitness data. New York Fashion Week runs Sept. 8-14, 2016. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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