Shenova at the 360 Fashion and Tech Show

Just a few weeks ago visionary Fashion Techie/Model Anina Net invited me to contribute to the 1st Annual San Francisco 360Fashion & Tech "Startup Runway & Innovation Awards" at the City View at Metreon. It was so much fun seeing all the creative dresses at the event and even more fun to get to present my latest custom client project: The Interactive Particle Physics Dress. Here are a few shots from the event. 

 

Recognize my Fibonacci DressSource: City View Metreon

 

Sandra “Sandy” Carter on the left is IBM’s worldwide General Manager of Ecosystem Development and Social Business. Next to her is Anina Net.

 

Source: Joelle Andrea Photography

 

3D scanning in progress. Source: City View Metreon

 

My Startup Girl Circuit Print Dress found its way into the spotlight. 

 

Source: City View Metreon

 

My Pink Circuitboard dress with a custom necklace made by Chung Hay Luk. (Video shows a better close up of it, plus several other dresses from me and other designers. Video by Olya Rostov.)

 

Interactive Particle Physics Dress

The Particle Physics Dress featured a heart monitor worn by the model. The heart rate dictated the pattern of movement and pulsation of the LED lights, whereas the colors were determined by an online voting app hosted on IBM's Bluemix platform. 

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My STEM model and brand ambassador extraordinaire, Fan-Pei Koung.

You might recognize my Blueprint "Feminengineer" Rocket Scientist Dress.  

 

City View at Metreon

What an amazing venue! I can't wait to return there. The view is to die for. Visit their Facebook page for over a hundred pictures from the event. 

360 Fashion and Tech Gallery by City View at Metreon

Source: City View Metreon

 

Source: City View Metreon

 




Holly R
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Holly is the founder of Shenova Fashion. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA she now runs her studio in the San Francisco Bay Area where she combines her passion for the STEM fields and making clothes.



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