The product was created in collaboration with young designer Chet Lo.
London-based tech company Nothing has unveiled its third product. The new Ear (Stick) headphones were created in collaboration with young designer Chet Lo and presented at London Fashion Week.
Shown at the designer's first show of the spring-summer collection called "baai-san", the technological accessory features an ergonomic, ultra-modern design. It is known about the device that the headphones are able to adapt to the user's ears. Convenient case Ear (Stick) outwardly resembles a cosmetic tube.
“Chet’s collections push the limits of what’s been done before and are a result of fusing a classic style category with radical engineering. At Nothing we share similar beliefs. London Fashion Week felt like the perfect setting to kick off an exciting partnership and showcase our upcoming product Ear (stick),” said Nothing co-founder and CEO Carl Pei.
For Lo, collaboration with Nothing was the first such project. Influenced by the designer's culture, the new collection also includes limited-edition bags with a phone inside. Their serial production will be launched in early 2023.