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    Women & Wearables Video Recap

    It has been just a few short weeks since Electric Runway + WWTO’s event on Women and Wearables, and we’re so excited to share this video recap with you! In case you missed it, on March 28th, Electric Runway teamed up with We are Wearables Toronto (or WWTO for short) to put on an event entirely focused on women working in this amazing international community we call “wearables.”

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    Review: Muse, the Brain-Sensing Headband

    Fashion tech journalist Amanda Cosco gives you an up-close look at Muse, the brain-sensing headband that trains your brain for mindfulness by monitoring the electrical activity of your brain. This wearable…

  • Cirque-IT: A Wearable Technology Fashion Circus

    Save the date! Toronto’s second wearable technology cirque show is set to take place in late September! Read Electric Runway founder Amanda Cosco’s coverage of last year’s show in the Toronto Star…

  • Cirque-IT Social: A Wearable Technology Fashion Circus

    Cirque-It: Social is about getting together with like-minded individuals—whether they be interested in fashion, wearables, or performance —to chat, discuss, entertain and consider the possibility of combining forces and what collaboration means across industries.…

  • Publications Read

    3 Tech Trends from the Show Floor at #DX32015

    Once a year, our growing tech community clusters at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre for Dx3, Canada’s largest digital conference and trade show. Focused on the intersection of digital technology, digital marketing,…

  • Speaking

    Panel Moderation: Women in Wearables @WWTO

    In February 2015, We Are Wearables, the world’s largest wearable technology meetup, hosted its first Women and Wearables event. Electric Runway founder Amanda Cosco moderated a panel on the shortcomings and possibilities…

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    Decoded Fashion Touches Down in Toronto

    Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about the relationship between fashion and technology— mostly in the context of wearables—but a recent meetup at The Working Group in Toronto shifted my focus…