#FashTech Holiday Gift Guide by electric runway

Ugly Christmas sweaters aside, we've got what any fashion-forward techie wants under the tree this season.

1. Cute Circuit Mirror Handbag

The made-in-Italy handbag by CuteCircuit that stole headlines towards the end of 2014 is now available for purchase (if you have an extra $2,500, that is 😱) Don't gawk at the cost—this luxury item is Bluetooth connected and features a solid brass frame coated in ruthenium, palladium, or gold. The acrylic mirror is laser-etched, allowing light from white LEDs to shine through to display animations and tweets 👛.

2. 3D-Printed Fine Jewelry from Daniel Christian Tang

We've had our sights set on Daniel Christian Tang's line of 3D-printed fine jewelry all year. This Toronto-based company uses architectural modelling software combined with cutting-edge 3D manufacturing technologies to offer delicate rings, bracelets, necklaces, and earrings in gold, silver, and platinum. The perfect stocking stuffer fit for every budget.

3. Ringly

It wouldn't be a wish list without Ringly 💍💍💍. Fashion Tech's darling has grown from fringe fash-tech product to mainstream sensation. Haptics (subtle vibrations) keep you connected to the notifications that matter most.

4. Moto 360 Second Gen

Stand aside, Apple Watch, when it comes to aesthetics we're smartwatch smitten with the Moto 360 and the Moto 360 Second Generation. The watch's circular casing and clean display hit high notes when it comes to both fashion and function. Moto's 360 Second Generation makes it easy for you to swap bands, so your smartwatch can suit your style no matter the occasion ⌚︎

5. Rebecca Minkoff Bracelets

No brand has staked a claim in the future of fashion tech more than Rebecca Minkoff. The designer released a series of tech-meets-fashion products, including the Lightning Cable Bracelet (left) and the Notification Bracelet (right). The former seamlessly converts into a USB connector to charge and sync your iPhone, while the latter silently alerts you to important calls and texts via Bluetooth.

6. SOVO Gear Light-up Hoodie

Now made with fiber optic and colour-control technology, SOVO hoodies help you be seen into the night. A bright gift idea for the runner or cyclist in your life 💡

7. Misfit X BaubleBar

This bracelet or necklace combines the tech of Misfit with the classic sparkle of BaubleBar. Open the locket to reveal Misfit's flash technology, which tracks your sleep and activity levels, including calories burned, distance traveled, steps taken, and sleep quality 💪

8. Mia Jacket from ElektroCouture

Berlin is slowly stealing our electronic hearts, starting with fashion tech house ElektroCouture. The Mia jacket is a futuristic coat made of sumptuous black materials that connect with a zipper in the front. The coat is hemmed with electric blue el-wire to create an angular, glowing look.

9. Kisha Smart Umbrella

The Kisha smart umbrella is the perfect gift for the fashion-forwad—yet forgetful— someone on your "nice" list. This stylish brolli reminds you when you leave it behind in any public place—just listen to your smartphone. The app also has a built-in weather forecast which tells you when to take it with you before you leave home 🌂

10. Muse Brain-Sensing Headband

After all that holly jolly, you're going to need some time to relax and unwind. Thankfully, the Muse—your personal meditation assistant—trains your brain for mindfulness. While not exactly fashion tech, this hardware product by Toronto-based Interaxon helps you stay cool and collected into the new year. Now that's just our style.

What #FashTech products do you want this holiday season? Share with us on Twitter @Electric_Runway.

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