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From the Sands Expo floor at CES.

CES Debates: What Next for Wearables?

There was no shortage of health monitors and fitness trackers for humans and dogs at this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show.

Echo gloves featuring the new hangtag.

Echo Readies Re-branding Effort

For fall, the accessories and home design brand will roll out a new logo, signaling a shift in branding and marketing strategies.

Models Kirsten Owen and Ajak Deng wearing Opening Ceremony and Intel's MICA bracelets with looks from the fall collection.

No. 3: The Rise of Wearable Technology

This is the year that wearable tech drew a seat at fashion’s table.

Inside the “Adorned: The Shape of Things to Come” exhibition at Milk Studios.

New York Exhibit Explores Wearable Tech’s Past

Muzse, the multiworkshop initiative founded by Milk Studios in collaboration with Intel Corp. earlier this year, is organizing the exhibit.

Inside the “Adorned: The Shape of Things to Come” exhibition at Milk Studios.

New York Exhibit Explores Wearable Tech’s Past

Muzse, the multiworkshop initiative founded by Milk Studios in collaboration with Intel Corp. earlier this year, is organizing the exhibit.

Samsonite Readies Hartmann Relaunch

The 135-year-old American luggage brand is getting a boost its Hong Kong-based parent.

Nixie, a camera you wear on your wrist, won the top prize.

Intel Chooses Wearable Technology Winners

The Make It Wearable challenge is a global initiative to inspire ideas, fuel innovation and identify groundbreaking new wearable technology.

The PowerCase by Michael Kors, which features a built-in battery.

Michael Kors Joins Tech-Accessories World

The designer is launching a collection of phone-charging cases, earbuds and two chargers that are designed to resemble women’s cosmetics.

A SuTurno sailboat silk scarf.

Floral and Littoral at Première Classe

Armed with stable budgets, retailers were mainly upbeat, though certain markets, such as Japan, Italy and Spain, continue to show strain.