The winners of the LiveView Design Project

The Sony Ericsson Extras team has been working on exciting project with London College of Fashion. The project required from students to design and produce creative concepts for new, wearable technology, incorporating the LiveView display.  The students also were working on similar concepts, incorporating the new Android SmartWatch, presented at CES 2012.

Now, the winners of this project were announced.

The first place is for houndstooth, two-tone colored jacket accessory for  LiveView, created by Clarie Monique.  It can be worn as a shawl in cold weather, a tassel from the jacket, or detached and worn like a bangle on the wirst. Clarie’s model was chosen by fans of the official Sony Ericsson Facebook page, from a list of 12 finalists.

Clarie Monique design


Unlike the first winner, the second was chosen internally by the Sony Ericsson Extras team. Her name is Dominique Taylor and with her collection she offers a range of high-tech, clubbing garments with LED lights that create an illusion of size, length and neckline. The SmartWatch is attached to a metal chains and that allows to be worn as a necklace, bracelet or even like a ring.

Dominique Taylor design

Visit the blog of the Project to see all the ideas and projects that were presented.

Source: Sony Ericsson

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