Trellie Makes Your Jewelry A Smart Wearable

Posted: Feb 9 2015, 8:43am CST | by , Updated: Feb 9 2015, 8:55am CST, in News | Technology News


Trellie Makes Your Jewelry a Smart Wearable

Trellie announced today the world’s smallest, modular smart jewelry technology and deals with major fashion brands.

Trellie, a wearable technology company, announced today the world’s smallest, modular smart jewelry technology that fashion brands can use to make jewelry smart. Trellie announced it inked a design and distribution partnership with one of the largest jewelry manufacturers in the world, serving designer jewelry brands and retailers including Henri Bendel, Vince Camuto, Marc Jacobs, Kate Spade, HSN, Lord & Taylor, Nordstrom and Macy’s.

The small size and modularity of Trellie’s technology allows jewelry and fashion designers to be more creative while designing their choice of watches, bracelets, rings, necklaces and handbag accessories. Brand loyalists can purchase multiple pieces of jewelry or handbag accessories and choose which one they want to wear that day by simply removing and inserting Trellie’s tiny smart jewelry technology themselves.

Trellie plans to debut its new line of smart jewelry, powered by designer jewelry and fashion brands, this Spring. Trellie’s smart jewelry enables you to detach from your phone, prioritize who and what is important. It enables jewelry to notify you about events on your smartphone. For one it is definitely still novel, if a ring starts to glow all of a sudden. 

Via Trellie.

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