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Fashion Speaks At Deafilicious | Fox2now.com

is getting ready for the Deafilicious Fashion show on February 21. The event will raise money for the foundation. It will also raise awareness of how fashion can affect function for those with hearing impairments. For instance, interpreters usually stay away from wearing small patterns, shiny accessories and rings. Certain items can distract anyone who needs sign language to communicate. Partners for the show include Maurices, Kohl`s, TJ Maxx, JC Penney and the National Council Jewish Women.
Source: http://fox2now.com/2015/02/09/fashion-speaks-at-deafilicious/

Fashion show to benefit Soroptimist programs, Vista Maria – thenewsherald.com

The evening will include a silent auction and raffles. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. Dinner will be served at 6:15 p.m., and the fashion show will begin at 7. Tickets, which are $35 per person, include dinner and the show. A cash bar will be available. Sponsored tables that seat 10 people are available for $300. Tickets can be purchased from Traffic Jam Boutique, 734-285-9029, and Porter & Clark Chiropractic, 734-379-9200.
Source: http://thenewsherald.com/articles/2015/02/09/ile_camera/localnews/doc54cbb4d736d22008341240.txt

Fashion Photographer Uses Toy Camera in Fashion Shoot | Digital Trends

The First Modular Smart Jewelry Technology. Trellie literally helped kick-start the wearable technology industry. Theyve focused on developing the smallest, most flexible technology with brands in mind, and with their strategic partnership, they empower source jewelry and fashion brands to create their own lines, influence their own communities and be creative about it, said Ron LeMay, Trellies lead investor. Trellie owns the patent on this technology which puts them in a very unique position to continue shaping and owning the wearable technology marketplace while partnering, not competing, with jewelry designers and fashion brands who already know whats best for their customers. Recent efforts in the smart jewelry industry continue to produce only single-use technology embedded in a piece of jewelry. With Trellie, jewelry designers and brands will continue to focus on their clientele, designing their own lines to match the look and feel of their brand, utilizing patent-protected wearable technology. Size Matters: Smallest is the Best. The size and modularity of Trellies technology allows jewelry and fashion designers to be more creative while designing their choice of watches, bracelets, rings, necklaces and handbag accessories.
Source: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/wearable-technology-pioneer-trellie-introduces-140500866.html