Join us on Thursday, January 23rd for a night connecting leaders in fashion and retail with the best technology emerging from the startups scene.
Wearable technology and other tech innovations are the topics of the evening, with demos from three hot startups in the space and a keynote from a leading Canadian fashion brand. The event is part of a global series of Decoded Fashion Meetups that has already travelled to New York, London, Milan and Sydney to explore the role of technology in advancing the fashion, retail and beauty industries.
The Future of Canadian Fashion
With talks, demos and presentations from:
Kiwi Wearables: Creators of the Kiwi Move, fresh from their CES Debut
MakeLab: 3D printing superstars showing off their fabric printing skills
Flixel: Tyra Banks’ favourite startup
Fashion-Foward: Tales from the front lines of a new fashion startup
Launched by Liz Bacelar as Decoded Fashion in 2011, the first conference evolved into a global event series and networking community, encouraging entrepreneurship and advancing innovation in Fashion & Retail. Decoded Fashion is also a platform for mentorship & education – guiding developers, and entrepreneurs on the industry’s needs, and giving them valuable contacts and insider knowledge.
The event takes place at The Working Group, 425 Adelaide Street W. #300, Toronto ON M5V 3C1 on Thursday, January 23rd from 7.00 p.m. – 9.00 p.m.
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