Sabine Seymour


Founder and CEO, SUPA; Author, Functional Aesthetics, Fashionable Technology


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Sabine Seymour is one of the leading names in fashion tech focused on sensing the body. With SUPA, she is unleashing the value of biometric and environmental data from GenZ for healthcare using distributed IoT devices and Blockchain as encryption. SUPA pays GenZ with SUPA Tokens, encouraging lifestyle changes through gamification and sonification. SUPA was selected for the UNICEF Wearables for Good catalogue.

Previously, Sabine's studio MOONDIAL conceived products for Intel, Johnson Controls, DuPont, and the United Nations, from sensorized car seats to connected sportswear. Sabine was the inaugural professor of Fashionable Technology at the Parsons School for Design and the Chair of the Rockefeller Foundation funded Computational Fashion Research Initiative at the Eyebeam Art + Technology Center. She is an invited domain expert for Disney, Autodesk, NASA, and Lufthansa.

Sabine holds a PhD and joint-MSc/MBA from the University of Economics in Vienna and Columbia Business School, and a Master in Interactive Telecommunications from NYU. She is an avid snowboarder, surfer, golfer, Hip Hop dancer, and sneakerhead. If anyone can make healthcare cool, it’s her.