Fashion-savvy wearable jewelry startup Cuff announced a new partnership with one of the largest jewelry manufacturers in the U.S. today. Cuff is teaming up with Richline to create necklaces, bracelets, earrings and other fine jewelry items for everyone from Tiffany’s and QVC to Macy’s.


Technology giant takes 30% stake in video eyewear firm as its latest move into the fast-growing wearables market


Back in November, I had a chance to visit Google’s Mountain View headquarters to chat with Astro Teller, the head of Google X’s so-called “moonshot” projects, about the past, present, and future of wearables.


Some ideas are ahead of their time.
There is no question that the wearables market is taking off with the proliferation of health monitors, pedometers and activity trackers like Fitbit, Jawbone, Nike Fuelband, etc. And next year the Apple Watch will likely make the wearable watch the next big thing.


It’s been a funny, mixed-up year in fashion.
Simply consider the fact that the biggest trendsetter of September’s fashion month was neither a fashion brand nor one based in the big four fashion capitals (New York, London, Milan, Paris).


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Consumers are warming to the idea that wearing a computer on their wrists or clothing may not be the fashion faux pas that early clunky prototypes led many to fear, with 2015 poised to be a breakout for the much-hyped trend.


2014 saw an explosion in wearable tech, from dedicated fitness and health trackers to watches and augmented reality solutions. It also saw the luxury world sit up, take notice, and start collaborating with tech giants on a range of upmarket gadgets. What were the big hits this year when the worlds of tech and luxury teamed up to create wearables? 


From a direct-to-consumer premium jeans maker to wannabe beauty moguls and a Paris-based player who aspires to be the world's biggest menswear retailer by 2017, FELLT Industry's roundup of the top fashion and beauty startups to attract investor interest in November


Can anyone make wearable devices that don’t look like cheap props from a sci-fi film? Intel hopes to find out through a new partnership with the Luxottica Group, an eyewear company responsible for several famous brands like Ray-Ban and Armani.


BoF speaks to fashion technologist Dr. Amanda Parkes about why smart textiles and fibre science — not gadgets — are the future of wearable tech and how the fashion industry can capitalise.


Forget the wrist — that body part is so last season. Wearable tech has moved on for the holidays, and now it’s all about ... the crook of the elbow.