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Paris Fashion Week: Intel Enters European Market with Designer Hussein Chalayan

As technology and fashion continue to converge, Intel is at the forefront, experimenting with ways to help unleash creativity for designers and brands who want to incorporate technology into their collections and shows.

Designer Hussein Chalayan today unveiled his collaboration with Intel at his Spring/Summer 2017 runway show at Paris Fashion Week. The never-before-seen glasses and belts powered by Intel technology illustrate the potential of future integrations of fashion and technology by bringing innovative concepts and aspirations to life.

The theme of the “Room Tone” show and collection 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 in London life can be experienced or optimized.

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