The former CEO of Yves Saint Laurent, who joined Apple a few days ago, explained his choice with the belief that a fusion between high tech and fashion is inevitable. Apparently, he is really right - at least in the UK, fashionable gloves with Bluetooth are already available, which turn the wearer's hand into a mobile phone.
Briton Sean Miles made a hi-tech accessory from old Miu Miu gloves and mobile phone parts provided by O2 Recycle. Gloves with the funny name "Talk to the Hand" (which can be translated from English as "Talk to the hand") cost almost a thousand pounds a pair and have a miniature microphone that can be connected to any mobile phone via Bluetooth. As a result, gloves can successfully cope with the function of the phone - you can answer calls without even taking the mobile device out of your bag or pocket.
It will be possible to evaluate the innovative accessory with your own eyes already in mid-July at an exhibition in Great Britain - its visitors will have the opportunity to be the first to try on and win unusual gloves. And if the demand for the accessory is high enough, Sean Miles intends to start mass production of Bluetooth gloves. The designer himself is now working on an even more interesting project - a “talking handbag” that will combine the functions of a mobile phone with an ordinary bag.