This image of a thermoplastic fiber being combined with a natural textile resource is fascinating to me. Conceptual textiles design with polyurethane foam injected into perforated leather for heavy texture // Doan Nguyen
Richard Sun Fashion architecture I like the idea of the bodycon dress being contrasted with colour and shape with the overlay of the manipulated thinned fabric. It seems to be made with a vary of techniques such as printing, pleated fabric, tulle.
Montreal-based Chinese fashion designer Ying Gao, has used complex sensory technology to create a dress that moves, changes shape and even lights up when looked at. Her high-fashion creations with eye-tracking technology is activated when gazed upon.
garments, called Living Pod by Montreal fashion designer Ying Gao curl and unfurl in reaction to light. The project is on show at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec in Canada, entitled Ying Gao: Art, Fashion and Technology.