Fashion and technology are slowly but surely coming together. While fashionistas are often portrayed as really really good looking people , techies are rarely seen making statements in fashion. But, the 2016 Silicon Valley Fashion Week shows what happens when the two collide.
Designers and tech companies came together in San Francisco to exhibit their latest creations. Designed with CAD programs, extruded from 3D printers, controlled with smartphones or drones, lit with LED lights, each piece incorporated modern technologies. Check out the gallery below to see some of the most jaw-dropping examples from the show.
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