TECHNOLOGY seems to be the new black when it comes to this year’s Australian Fashion Week, which begins tomorrow.The Ellery and Ksubi spring-summer 2010-2011 runway shows will be streamed to the internet. It will be the first time this has been done in Australia.Designer Kym Ellery will stream her show to sites including the fashion shopping site The Grand Social, Yahoo!7 and Grazia magazine’s site.”It is more or less in the vein of what overseas shows are doing, like Burberry did during their show,” Ellery said. ”We just wanted to be able to share the night with unlimited people.”Ksubi’s live stream will be broadcast on the Harper’s Bazaar website at 8pm on Friday. Straight after the show there will be limited-edition runway pieces available for purchase. ”We’re excited to be streaming our 10-year anniversary show live to a potential audience of millions,” Ksubi’s George Gorrow said.”The shows have limited capacity, and this way it’s not always about who goes to the show, its also about who gets to see it in the end. Customers can even purchase key limited-edition pieces immediately after the show from the new collection.”Camilla and Marc Freeman, of camilla and marc, are also on the technology wave and have developed an application for BlackBerry. They are the first Australian designers to have developed such an application. It will be launched today and contains a diary section with news, a store and wish list.Marc Freeman said: ”Technology and fashion are both major parts of our lives, so together they are a natural fit.”We are avid BlackBerry users so the idea of an app just came into place. It was a fun project to create something in that digital space that is exclusive to our fans and customers.”The biggest development is that they will transmit images during their show on Tuesday to customers. The customers will be able to order limited-edition pieces from the debut jewellery line, which will be launched during the show.Marc Freeman said: ”It will provide exclusive content where you can view collections and be able to select images from the collection to make a wish list.”There will be functions to get updates of what’s happening with us around Fashion Week.”AUSTRALIAN FASHION WEEK: MY MUST-SEE EVENTSDION LEE Thursday 9am,Northern Foyer, Concert Hall,Sydney Opera House.We were blown away after Lee unveiled his debut collection at Australian Fashion Week last year, and there is little doubt that he will live up to this year’s expectations.CAMILLA AND MARC Tuesday 9am, 467 Pitt Street, Haymarket.Sydney-based brother and sister Camilla and Marc Freeman have come a long way since launching their brand in Fashion Week 2003. They are on trend to impress again.ALEX PERRY Tuesday 8.30pm, Sound Stage 7, Fox Studios, Moore Park.His parade will be the biggest show Australia has seen – the runway is 65 metres long and 1000 people have been invited.ROMANCE WAS BORN Wednesday 9.30pm, MacLaurin Hall, Sydney University.Romance Was Born delivers more than just a parade; it’s a whole creative experience. Luke Sales and Anna Plunkett are known for staging full-scale art productions.ELLERY Tuesday 9.30pm, Byron Kennedy Hall, Moore Park.Kym Ellery keeps going from strength to strength and her collections never fail to impress. In this year’s Zodiac-themed parade, it’s set to sparkle.KSUBI Friday 8pm, Royal Hall of Industries, Driver Avenue, Moore Park.Putting financial troubles behind it, Ksubi has is the final show of the week and designers Dan Single and George Gorrow are sure to end Fashion Week with a bang.