The new Google goggles they are cool to me, and very much, I have to say. It is also because I like everything related to technology new and think in new inventions that will change us our way of seeing things. From Google it shows that they are doing a good campaign to introduce these new glasses Google Glass to all kinds of markets with influence and fashion is one of them. This is proof video next to Diane von Furstenberg.
The Belgian designer is one of the most popular in fashion week in New York and one of the names more media of the moment. In addition, Diane von Furstenberg He is the current President of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, so Google knows very well where point (would perhaps anyone doubted him?). Another thing is if more or less their designs are cool us.
In this video we see as Diane von Furstenberg used sunglasses along with much of their models to present his latest collection autumn/winter 2013 / 2014 a few days ago in New York. These sunglasses record video and the result is impressive. I see them as the new subjective cameras in the world of cinema and television. I.e. Chambers that simulate the point of view of the person who is watching, we put ourselves in your eyes.
Light, movement, contrasts, all. They have impressed me in that sense. It is another world. And this is one of the few innovations that bring this type of glasses. That there are more.
Note that Google looks for a sector with a capacity to create global trend in fashion and would not be surprising that go touching the main reference in this field so that they are becoming trendsetters of these Google Glass with all kinds of news, share what we see, seek information related to, among other things. In addition, it shows that they have taken care to design and futuristic and almost rimless touch not makes them be anything ostentatious and hateful to the street.
Moreover, when looking for new creators of trend, Google has already signed up for fashion bloggers, as you can see in this picture with Christina Caradona de Trop Rouge (come on, you’d swear that she is).