Fashion, Tech, and Sex Toys: Meet the New Wearable Vibrator

The world’s biggest and best Fashion Tech Week has just come to a close in San Francisco, CA., otherwise known as one of the biggest tech hubs in the world. At the event were countless innovations in wearables and numerous inspirational speeches about technology, fashion, and the future. Some of the most peculiar––and wearable––items were of the risque variety.

The Crave necklace vibrator.


One of the most talked about items at the show was a necklace that doubled as a vibrator. The wearable was created by Crave, a company based out of San Francisco, and is in the shape of an innocent tear drop.

The Daily Californian spoke with Tamara Samoylova, head of research at Deloitte Center for the Edge, which helps business and tech companies profit from opportunities, who said she can imagine a day when people will pay to enter stores. “If you look at brick-and-mortar sales, they are declining, and online sales are increasing,” Samoylova said, adding that retailers will begin creating new store experiences to intrigue clientele to visit. She believes future customers will pay for an original interactive retail experience.

It’s not likely that the capital of technology could ever compete with traditional fashion weeks, but with their lead in wearables, continued partnerships between the two industries can be expected.
Blaine  Fuller
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