Anina (model)

Anina, also known by the pseudonym Anina.net, is an American-born German international fashion model, conference speaker, blogger, fashion technology innovator, wearables developer, and event producer. She is listed as #7 in Top 100 Women in Wearable and Consumer Tech. Anina is CEO and founder of 360Fashion Network, a network of fashion professionals bringing the latest technologies to the fashion industry. Anina evolved from a model to a fashion industry pioneer when she developed Intel Curie-powered shape-shifting robot dresses showcased on ABC7News. Anina went on to develop for Intel the 360Fashion Network's smart gloves worn by 162 dancers on CCTV's Chinese New Year Festival Gala show,


Anina, also known by the pseudonym Anina.net, is an American-born German international fashion model, conference speaker, blogger, fashion technology innovator, wearables developer, and event producer. She is listed as #7 in Top 100 Women in Wearable and Consumer Tech. Anina is CEO and founder of 360Fashion Network, a network of fashion professionals bringing the latest technologies to the fashion industry. Anina evolved from a model to a fashion industry pioneer when she developed Intel Curie-powered shape-shifting robot dresses showcased on ABC7News. Anina went on to develop for Intel the 360Fashion Network's smart gloves worn by 162 dancers on CCTV's Chinese New Year Festival Gala show, "Spring Wind" performance. The smart gloves are powered by Intel's Curie with the LED light pattern generated using gesture recognition. PBS Television shot a documentary about Anina interviewed by Robert Cringely at the start of 360Fashion Network as the first fashion blogger network. PBS Television's Nerd TV interviewed Anina as the 9th guest and first woman in the series about the future of mobile technology. CRI Radio in China filmed a documentary titled "My China Life". CNet wrote, "In blogs, and Anina, we trust" citing her as one of the star attractions at Les Blogs 2.0.
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