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  1. How the Fashion Industry is Giving Tech a Hand
    For the fashion-conscious, wearable gadgets are currently not wearable. But at CES 2014, fashion moguls and global tech authorities are finally chatting about how to fix that problem.
  2. Are Fashion Designers Finally Getting Serious About Wearable Devices?
    The wearable device market  is one of the fastest-growing categories in consumer electronics, estimated to be worth somewhere between $30 billion and $50 billion in the next two to four years, according to an aggressive forecast.
  3. Virtual Reality Ready to Remake Shopping in Stores
    Give it a few more years, industry experts say, and the once ho-hum trip to the average store will be radically different.
  4. Nomi Continues Build-Out of In-Store Tracking Tools
    Of the current class of hot “omni-channel” startups, Nomi has managed to gather a lot of venture funding and press attention.

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  1. David Beckham’s H&M SuperBowl Ad Allows You to Shop Directly From Your TV
    The ad will allow viewers with Samsung smart TVs to see information about the clothes Beckham is wearing, and purchase these items directly through their TVs.
  2. Designers Decamping to Spring Studios for NYFW
    According to sources, both Diane vonFurstenberg and Michael Kors are exiting The Theatre at Lincoln Center and will be showing at Spring Studios in TriBeCa.
  3. Fitbit Partners with Tory Burch for High Fashion Accessories
    At CES 2014, Fitbit has announced a partnership with the fashion brand Tory Burch for a line of accessories.
  4. This Wearable Gadget Zaps You to Stand Taller
    The Lumo Lift detects your body’s positioning and when you start to slouch, the device vibrates and reminds you to adjust your stance.