The outcomes might be rather astounding when technology and attractiveness meet. In a feat of digital innovation, Maybelline New York, official attractiveness patron of Toronto’s World MasterCard Fashion Week, will be taking Google Glass backstage to give Canadian trend lovers a firsthand look at beauty styles as well as the way they’re being translated to the stage through the eyes of lead makeup artist Grace Lee.
Google Glass Explorers will soon be able to see all their phone’s notifications (not just the ones from compatible apps) right on the eyewear’s screen. It’s the same feature that comes withAndroid Wear, which allows the platform to forward each and every notification to smartwatches, so users won’t have to take out their phones unless it’s for something truly important. Explorers have to wait for the latest MyGlass software to arrive sometime later today to be able to glimpse each ping with just a flick of the eye. Once they’ve installed the update, they’ll need to activate Notification Sync in their phone’s settings. There are a few pages to go through during the process, but nothing overly complicated, so long as they follow the video after the break. Credits: Google Glass can now display all your phone notifications – Engadget
A first for a large scale fashion event in Canada, #MNYGlassPass share it across the brand’s societal platforms and will provide exceptional and up-to-the-minute attractiveness content from backstage at the shows. Lee will don the glasses and her work will soon be recorded and shared as she creates looks for every show. The content includes beauty tips, step by step make-up tutorials as well as a clear view of every product used. And considering Lee will key all 35 shows this season, it’s sure to be an exhilarating ride.
Here are our top picks of who to watch for at World Mastercard Toronto Fashion Week, including both new and established Canadian designers. Credits: Toronto Fashion Week Designers to Watch | Fashion and Style
Toronto Fashion Week is back at the tents at David Pecaut Square for the spring/summer 2015 season. As designers make a mad dash to perfect their collections before sending them out the door, and countless volunteers pull on their black T-shirts and pick out stylish-yet-practical shoes, the Canadian fashion media debates how much the spectacle of the shows does for our homegrown talent (even Jeanne Beker herselfrecently weighed in).
Still, even as buyers trickle out of the fashion week shows, journalists and industry members trickle in, preserving fashion week’s value as a platform for exposure and keeping all eyes – at least for one week – firmly on Canadian talent. Where should your eyes go this week? Credits: Toronto Fashion Week S/S 2015 preview – blogTO
Video – How it Feels [through Google Glass]:
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