Fashion Meets Tech With Swarovski’s New Stylish Tracker

Here’s a roundup of must-have items picked by the Adweek staff. This week, we're highlighting a fashionable tracker from Swarovski that logs exercise and sleep, a device that notifies users of bad breath, limited-edition basketball apparel and more. Take a look!


Swarovski Shine Vio Set by Misfit $249.99

Gone are the days when wearable tech meant ugly rubber wristbands and clunky-looking watches. The newest generation of devices, like Misfit's Swarovski Shine collection shown here, blurs the line between tech and fashion. True to its name, the Shine is encased in a giant Swarovski crystal and can be worn as a pendant necklace or bracelet. (Swarovski has produced a full line of crystal-studded accessories to house the device.) Of course, it's functional, too: The Shine tracks physical activity and sleep via the Misfit app.
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Breeze Mint Breathometer $99

Last year, Breeze introduced the first Bluetooth-enabled breathalyzer. Now, the company is tackling two more breath-related issue: halitosis and dehydration. The new Mint automatically draws a sample of air from the user's mouth to measure odor-causing compounds and moisture. It then sends the results to the connected Breathometer app, which displays your current "fresh breath rating" and hydration level. Breeze is currently accepting preorders via Indiegogo, and expects to start shipping Mint this summer.


Mitchell & Ness Pom Pom Hat $24

In honor of this year's NBA All-Star Game in New York, Bloomingdale's teamed up with designers including Mark McNairy and Sportique to create a limited-edition collection of basketball-inspired apparel and accessories. Stop by a Bloomingdale's NBA pop-up shop to score a retro jersey or the hat shown above.
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Choc Creator V2 3-D printer approx. $6,600

Sure, 3-D printing technology has been used to create prosthetic limbs, replicate human tissue and regenerate damaged coral reefs. But more importantly, it can now also be used to make really cool-looking chocolates. The Choc Creator V2, released last year by U.K.-based Choc Edge, uses tempered chocolate to create custom confections that'll put your usual box of Valentine's bonbons to shame.
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Sephora + Pantone Universe Pure Marsala Matte Lip Creme $18

Show off Pantone's 2015 Color of the Year, Marsala, with this limited-edition lipstick from Sephora's latest collaboration with Pantone Universe. The wine-inspired shade gets a boost from Resveratrol, an anti-aging ingredient derived from red grapes.
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Lexon Flip Alarm Clock $55

Ready to trade in your iPhone alarm for something more stylish? Try this intuitively designed Lexon clock. When the "On" side is facing up, the alarm is active; flip the clock to the "Off" side to deactivate it. Both sides are also touch-sensitive and double as a snooze button.
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