Personal Accessories

Thync Vibes

Thync is a wearable device worn on your temple and controlled through your smartphone. After selecting a “vibe” from the app, Thync sends small, electric waveforms to activate specific neural pathways that make you feel more calm or energized. Thync set out to become pioneers of a new category of "mindware"—wearable technology designed for the brain.

Designed by: Josh Morenstein, IDSA and Nick Cronan of Branch

Contact: Lauren Busto

Peak Design Everyday Messenger

The Peak Design Everyday Messenger is more than just an innovative shoulder bag. It's a giant leap for bag-kind. Peak Design partnered with renowned adventure traveler/photographer Trey Ratcliff to create a single messenger bag that adapts to your gear and lifestyle, no matter where you go or what you're carrying. This bag is for photographers, travelers, commuters, creatives, parents and everyone in-between. It was named Gear of the Year by National Geographic, Men's Journal and Popular Photography and was awarded the 2016 Carry Award for Best Active Messenger from Carryology.

Designed by: Art Viger, Peter Dering, Robb Jankura, Peter Lockett and Joseph Cunningham of Peak Design

Contact: Annie Nyborg

Moto 360 (2nd Gen.) with Moto Maker

The new Moto 360 streamlines your mobile life by delivering the information that matters to you—giving you more time to do the things you love. With designs made specifically for men or women, it’s easy to find the color, size and style that fits you best, because you deserve a choice when it comes to what you wear on your wrist.

Designed by: Motorola Mobility Consumer Experience Design Team

Contact: Tricia Serpe

JS 3D Knitted Shoes

JS Shoes are the first, 3-D knitted shoes that are made-to-order. There’s no need to keep inventory; once the customer places the order online, the design is sent to the knitting machine and each shoe is made to specifications. The finished product is shipped directly to the customer within three weeks. Energy-saving carbon reduction makes the working environment safer; manpower is reduced by 80 percent; and customers receive a product that is uniquely theirs—right down to different sizes, if necessary, for each shoe.

Designed by: Xiaoxi Shi, IDSA of 2-LA LLC for Shu International Group

Contact: Xiaoxi Shi, IDSA

Pebble Time Smartwatch

Pebble Time is the people’s smartwatch. It combines innovative hardware and software carefully considered to blend seamlessly. Pebble Time is curved comfortably to fit your wrist; water resistant to 3ATM (30 meters); and features simple and intuitive button and voice interactions. With a reflective, color, E-paper display, Pebble Time creates a unique smartwatch experience—the screen is always on, unobtrusive and tells time with an unparalleled, seven to ten days of battery life. Pebble’s cross platform operating system and practical—yet playful—interface delivers important information in the context of time, keeping the wearer connected to what matters. Pebble Time comes in two variations, Time and Time steel. With a standard, 22mm band and quick release connection pins, Time allows for endless customization and personal style. Time also introduces a new hardware platform with its open smart connector. Straps and accessories connect with data and power directly to Time, allowing developers and enthusiasts to expand its capabilities.  For example, NFC, GPS, heart rate monitors and other sensors can interface with this connector.

Designed by: Mark Solomon, IDSA, Chris Ioffreda, Troy Tye, Steve Johns and Eric Migicovsky of Pebble Technology


Moto 360

Moto 360 is an iconic modern timepiece powered by Android Wear. Comfortable, familiar and crafted with the finest materials, Moto 360 keeps users up-to-date without taking away from the moment. Pair with any smartphone running Android 4.3 or higher and simply glance at your wrist to see Google Now updates and notifications; just speak to get the information needed. We know people want to be a part of the design process; it makes them more emotionally attached to the object. We know people value the power of choice. In 2015, Motorola became the first company in the world to empower consumers to design their own modern timepiece. Moto 360 is designed and engineered using custom components and premium materials to become the first, iconic, pure round, connected watch.

Designed by: Motorola Mobility Consumer Experience Design Team



Vesper is a wearable, vibrator necklace that is both a piece of jewelry and a powerful, slim, multi-speed vibrator. It is made from highly-polished, 316 stainless steel and chain. The product is water resistant for easy cleaning and charges via USB. With a removable chain, the user can wear the pendant as jewelry in public, just use it as a vibrator in private, or mix and match as she pleases. Vesper is available in three, sleek metal finishes: silver, rose gold and 24K gold.

Designed by: Ti Chang, IDSA of Crave


Timbuk2 Mission Cycling Raider Pack

The Timbuk2 Mission Cycling Raider Pack is small and light so that it is perfect both on and off the bike while providing essential needs. Made from super-light and durable rip-stop nylon and featuring air-mesh back and shoulder straps for ventilation, the Raider is light and breezy on a user’s back.

Designed by Greg Bass of Timbuk2 Designs; and Dylan DiBona and Kevin LaKritz of Mission Cycling

Contact: Defne Altan -


ROLF Marlin 06

Marlin 06 – finest natural eyewear by ROLF Spectacles features lightweight handmade eyeglass frames using wood, stone and horn. ROLF has created a new hinge that uses no screws; instead, a nylon filament goes through drilled holes. An integrated mechanism prevents the hinge from closing on its own and holds it in a stable position, whether open or closed.

Designed by Roland Wolf, Marija Iljazovic, Christian Wolf and Martin Iljazovic of ROLF Spectacles

Contact: Christian Wolf -


Minus-8 Product Collection

The Minus-8 Product Collection is a brand of mechanical watches designed for the modern man. The dial face features a 3D experience with unique colors applied to each layer to create iconic gradients. These segmented gradients enable the user to determine the passage of time.

Designed by Dana Krieger, IDSA and David Whetstone of Astro Studios

Contact: Clare Nauman -