Wired Fashion!

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | LAXMI KRISHNA
Published Aug 11, 2019, 12:03 am IST
Updated Aug 11, 2019, 12:03 am IST
The red carpet has always introduced us to new and unique fashion trends. In the recent years, techno-inspired fashion is at its peak.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.
 Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

Are you bored of fast fashion? If you want to be sassy then, here’s a new trend – Fashion with Technology. Garments now have been designed with metallic plates, LED lights, batteries, wire and motorised garments .
Fashion stylists, designers and retailers have to think out of the box to create new fashion trends to make a mark.

Paps Lover Dress: The name says it all really. Embedded with 62 LED lights that are sensitive to camera flashes, this dress lights up when it is photographed. This is a great way to remind the paparazzi who the real star is… the dress!

 

Smoke dress: At first glance, this dress will intrigue you merely by the flirty sparks. In essence, it is operated by a micro-controller-based, battery-driven sensory system that can detect when people are near you and releases smoke if they invade your personal space. How’s that for a warning sign for people to stay away?

Jammer Coat: This coat was designed by an Austrian architecture company which you can use to disappear. Nope, it is not Harry Potter’s Clock of Invisibility. What happens is that the metallised fabrics block radio waves and makes the wearer untrackable from modern devices. It works great in a sense that your credit card information will be safe but this also means that you won’t be contactable via phone.

Hello Weather Garment: How about clothing that responds to the weather around you? This jacket is treated with liquid crystal to make it respond to friction. This is done by combining textiles and ink technology. A gust of wind or a ray of sunshine would have an effect on this beautiful piece of clothing

Emotion Sensing Dress: This  gives us a look into the future of fashion where clothes does not merely to protect, but also reflect our emotions making it a forward form of communication. The first layer of the dress contains biometric sensors which projects emotion which comes in the form of colourful lights onto the second layer, the outer textile. It is both stunning and functional.

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