The term “wearable technology” is a running joke in the style world. The jumbled, unsexy term evokes feelings of similarly designed clothing and accessories. Sure, it’s great that this watch can tell me everything about my health, work schedule, and release Spiderman web string to hurl me across city buildings. But when it looks like a computer processor slapped on my wrist, the bulky aesthetic far outweighs its technological advancements. Nice try, Silicon Valley, but we’d rather do style our way.
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