Tory Burch vs. Tony Stark: How fashion and function will shape the wearables market

On July 16, 2014, women's fashion giant Tory Burch and FitBit unveiled a new line of fashion-forward accessories for the latter's increasingly popular Flex activity tracker. These offerings – which range from gold pendants to silicone wristbands bearing the designer's signature "T" insignia – rep...

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