Fiber optic "dress" Almost looks like a dress that could be a modern day outfit for Wonder Woman as the image gives the impression of the dress launching

Givenchy by Alexander McQueen, Fall Winter 1999 | Photographed by Thierry Orban | Sarah Burton: ‘I remember one collection - the prêt-à-porter autumn/winter 1999-2000 collection - which involved a model in a Perspex robotic body. The guy who made the robot told us ten minutes before the model walked out, “If she sweats in the suit, she’s going to electrocute herself. So tell her not to sweat”.

“ Givenchy by Alexander McQueen, Fall Winter 1999 Ready-to-Wear. Photographed by Thierry Orban. Sarah Burton: ‘I remember one collection - the prêt-à-porter autumn/winter collection - which involved a model in a Perspex robotic body.

The series comprising two dresses, made of photoluminescent thread and imbedded eye tracking technology, is activated by spectators gaze. A photograph is said to be spoiled by blinking eyes  here however, the concept of presence and of disappearance are questioned, as the experience of chiaroscuro (clarity/obscurity) is achieved through an unfixed gaze.

2 gaze-activated dresses by Ying Gao. The series comprising two dresses, made of photoluminescent thread and eye tracking technology, is activated by spectators' gaze.

Alexander McQueen for Givenchy Autumn/Winter 1999

Programmed flashing LEDs mounted on transparent PetG body-hugging bodice , vac-formed from plaster body-cast. Concept by Alexander McQueen . Designed and made by Studio van der Graaf London. Alexander McQueen for Givenchy catwalk , Paris.

3D Holographic Fashion Show  in Hamburg

Holographic Fashion Show in Hamburg - This is a montage of some key scenes from the show, some live captured moments and some behind-the-scene-shots. Original projection size: x Stage size: x Performed in Hamburg on March 2011 by Tim Jockel

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Visions of the Future: Alexander McQueen. if you can't see over your clothes I'd put it back on the rack.

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Hussein Chalayan - Smart textiles Lights within fabric and fashion(Wearable Technology Design)

Luminous silk dress. Emily Baldwin | Future of Possible | Atlanta #wearabletech #tech #technology #wearabletech #fashiontech

EL Wire Dress by Diana Eng Aqua silk chiffon organically draped dress edge with electroluminescent wire controlled by an accelerometer. Circuit boards are housed in printed neck piece.


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