Wearable Technology is on the rise for both personal and business use and is still in its infancy. Back in 2009, Sony Ericsson teamed up with the London College of Fashion for a contest to design digital clothing, and the winner was a cocktail dress with Bluetooth technology making it light up when a call is received. Zach "Hoeken Smith" of MakerBot fame made keyboard pants during a "Fashion Hacking" workshop at a New York City creative collective.After that there were many more projects and events whereby clothing and technology integrated with each other to provide a unique experience for our consumers. We, at Wear X ,strongly believes there is a space for us to innovate further and would like to bring in a collection of Wearable clothing which brings much enjoyment and new experiences for our followers.
Wear X works to bring together Fashion and Technology to serve our consumers. Wearable Technology is the future. Our mission is to provide the highest quality wearable clothing with state of the art technology to help our customers gain the maximum value and enjoyment from using it in their daily life. We have a road map with many projects with huge potential for us to innovate and provide our users with a whole new experience with our products and services. Our long terms plans are to provide wearable clothing with our own brand of designs, stylish and modern for people of tomorrow as well as providing functional features with our clothing line. The areas of clothing will cover:
All the clothing is uniquely integrated to technology starting with flashing lights which can be controlled via wire or Bluetooth via an IOS or Android application. The clothing will connect to the Wear X IOT Sports platform to provide user statistics. Wear X is recognized and sponsored by Hong Kong Government via the Science and Technology Park.
Every customer supporting Wear X will receive a special unique membership card when spending over US$250 and will receive ongoing special offers.
Wear X Limited
Lion Rock 72
72 Tat Chee Avenue
Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong