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    Amanda Cosco on the Lucky Few Podcast

    Last week, I had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with Aaron Parker of The Lucky Few Podcast. In case you haven’t heard of it, The Lucky Few is a podcast about people who absolutely love what they do. The host, Aaron Parker, gravitates towards characters that have unusual trajectories and career paths.

    While I’ve spoken publicly about fashion tech and wearables, less told is the story of my entrepreneurial journey—how I started Electric Runway and how it grew (and continues to grow) into an internationally recognized brand covering the intersection of fashion and technology. I had a heartfelt time sharing this story with Aaron. You can listen to the episode via Stitcher below or find it on iTunes here (Episode 28)

    If you find our conversation about cyborgs, smart fabrics, and future fashions, please give it a five-star rating. For more fashion tech in your head, subscribe to the Electric Runway podcast, where we interview the makers and shakers that make this industry tick.

    Aaron is also a budding photographer like me, and he took these shots with his new mirrorless DSLR (The Sony Alpha 7000. I am absolutely coveting this camera right now! Not an add!) Photo taken by Aaron & edited by me! 

     

     

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    Would you wear this Smart Bra?

    Wearable tech is getting more intimate than ever. As sensors become thinner and more flexible, it’s becoming easier to integrate technology into textiles. A new wave of fashionable wearables won’t just sit…

  • Women & Wearables

    We Are Wearables + Electric Runway have teamed up to host “Women and Wearables,” a night of celebration, conversation, and activism empowering women in wearable tech. This special edition of WWTO will…

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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…

  • Body Hacking Conference

    You are a bodyhacker. Yes, you. Bodyhackers come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. Even “normal” ones. That’s because bodyhacking isn’t just about appearances. It can relate to inward reflection, chemical…