Chris Burch’s Vision, Work, & Powerful Report
In recent news, Chris Burch, founder of Burch Creative Capital, wrote in engadget.com about the futuristic tech fashion trends. The report stated that the fashion and technological industries have seen several changes over the years. Both industries grow together with the fashion becoming more technological fashionable, and technology is becoming more fashionable.
A glimpse of the past and present determines these trends for the future. In the 1970s and 1980s, people was carrying cassette decks, the 90s brought on the ability to carry one’s own personal music experience with the Walkman, and then this ability was evolved a decade later into a smaller device called the iPod.
There are more things that experts are looking to create during this time and for the future. For example, Terese Alstin and Anna Haupt have created a system called the Airbag for Cyclists in which one would wear it around the neck. This is made to protect one’s head from the impact when encountering an accident on their bicycles. Kevin Cannon and Ashwin Rajan have created Frontline Gloves which are used by firefighters to have great protection for their team. Also, recycled material for the creation of fabulous fashions are done by designers. SegraSegra, for instance, recycled bicycles’ inner tubes to make t-shirts and jackets and t-shirts.
On the other hand, technology requires assistance to increase in popularity in fashion. For instance, glasses just recently received acceptance. And also, the Google Glass may appear to look like geekish to some who have a stigma of that appearance, but they are adored by some computer geeks.
About Chris Burch
Christopher Burch is the CEO and founder of Burch Creative Capital. The company’s investment philosophy is Burch’s entrepreneurial values expression and his vision for opportunities for new markets. It is also for applying creativity, imaginations, support and scale, incubation, and leading to businesses and disruptive brands that have positive, lasting, and direct impact on consumer’s lives.
He has around 40 years of experience as an entrepreneur and investor, and he has contributed to the rise of over 50 companies. He combines an intuitive understanding of consumer behavior with direct and international sourcing experiences, and he has a long track record in connecting innovation to impact. His company’s brand portfolio includes Cocoon9, Poppin, Nihiwatu, the recent introductions of ED by Ellen DeGeneres, and the TRADEMARK to a list of established brands previously.