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  1. Where to Watch New York Fashion Week Online
    New York Fashion Week returns to Manhattan on Thursday, and there are more ways than ever to tune in online…
  2. 9 Tips for Creating Better Instagram Videos this Fashion Week
    Last season Twitter unveiled Vine just before Fashion Week. And then, just when people were getting the hang of that medium, Instagram Videos came along this summer and more than doubled the length and possibilities of social video-making.
  3. As Fashion Week Approaches, Runway Models Strut on Social Media
    Models, paid to be expressionless, are finding a new way to express themselves on Twitter, Instagram and beyond.
  4. Why Wearable-Tech Makers Need to Court the Fashion Industry
    The biggest hurdle to wearables hitting the mainstream isn’t technology. It’s fashion.

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  1. This Mask gives You Superhuman Abilities
    Two prototypes of the masks created by a group of students at the Royal College of Art in London have been created to enhance hearing and sight.
  2. SNL Takes on Google Glass
    During SNL’s Weekend Update, the cast joked around a bit about the complications and odd appearance of Google Glass.
  3. Scott Lachut: Warby Parker’s Foray into Physical Retail
    Warby Parker, the online eyeglasses retail store, has previously experimented with themed pop-up stores, an in-office showroom, retail partnerships, among others. Now, it has opened its doors to its first brick-and-mortar store located in Soho on April 13th.
  4. The Fitbit Flex is the Best Fitbit Yet
    The Fitbit wristband has features such as a pedometer, a vibrating alarm and a sleep tracker and now with its new and improved straps, the Fitbit has become more durable and harder to lose.

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  1. Condé Entertainment Previews Video Channels for Vogue, WIRED and Vanity Fair
    The very popular Condé Nast empire will be releasing online video channels for the brands’ magazines such as WIRED, Vogue, Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, among others.
  2. Wearable Technology Lets Us Track Consumers’ Activity as Never Before
    Technology companies have been creating for years wearable gadgets that track our lives, such as sleeping patterns, get us closer to our loved ones and let’s not forget Google Glass.
  3. Web Star iJustine on Wearable Tech
    Justine Ezarik, known for her Youtube Channel; iJustine, will be hosting a new series called Hardwire in which she searches for the latest innovations in wearable tech.
  4. Travelling Circus Features High Tech Games to Make Science Fun
    STEAM Carnival focuses on technology based shows and games which aim to get kids interested in science, technology, engineering, art and math.

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Retailing 2013: Fashion and Tech Trends to Watch
Zappos Lab’s director Will Young shares his top fashion and tech retail trends for 2013 — including big data, mobile and 3-D printing — with Forbes.

Fashion 2.0: Online Vintage Heats Up
Business of Fashion looks at the sudden surge of activity in the online resale of vintage and worn fashion goods. What are the challenges and what is the long-term impact of this wave of startups?

Google Glass (And Sergey Brin) Ride the NYC Subway
Google Glasses spotted on the 3-train! “Wearable computing enthusiast” Noah Zerkin apparently looked up at the seat opposite him on a NYC subway to find Google Glasses co-founder Sergey Brin sporting his now-trademark eye wear. Reported by Mashable.
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