Fashion technology is defining the future of wearables from illuminated accessories to robotic dresses. Not only do they look stylish but they are also extremely sophisticated with sensors to detect much more than your fitness level. Anina Net is the founder of 360Fashion giving access to Fashion Tech Kits so anyone can turn their fashion into technology. Rachel Fischbein, founder of Law on the Runway and top lawyer to fashion companies helps fashion tech companies navigate the complex path of IP rights and FDA approvals. Join us for this episode and learn what Fashion Tech could mean for you.
Anina.Net, is an American-born international fashion model, blogger, and fashion technology and wearables event producer with a passion for technology. She is the only foreigner to have ever been selected to win an award at the China Fashion Awards. She has modeled for Sonia Rykiel, Dres van Noten, Dirk Bikenberg, Salvatore Ferrragamo, and traveled the world and worked in all the fashion capitals from New York, Milan, Paris, London, Sydney, and more.
Anina is the founder and creator of the 360 Fashion Network and 360 Fashion Tech Kits created to enable fashion designers to create smart garments and accessories without the need to code including a motion dress with sensors and lights, a robotic dress, a gesture kit, and more.
Rachel Fischbein is a fashion lawyer and founder of Law on the Runway. She helps fashion and beauty entrepreneurs build the foundations of their companies and thrive as they expand their business models. She has been published by Women 2.0 and Young, Fabulous, & Self- Employed Magazine. Ms. Fischbein is also on the board of directors of PeoplewearSF, a nonprofit supporting the Bay Area fashion industry.
She's a frequent presenter on topics such as intellectual property rights within apparel and jewelry designs, privacy law issues of wearable technology, and the regulations of social media and blogging. Rachel is based in San Francisco and licensed to practice law in California.