Category: Fashion

Nicole Scherzinger glows in CuteCircuit’s tweeting LED dress at the launch of Britain’s 4G MN

In the late 70’s and the 80’s, it was almost a common site in any Rock or Blues concert to see the lead singer or the groups perform in body suits that glowed with little light bulbs. The electrifying concerts died out very soon and were completely out of vogue & forgotten until recently when another celebrity appeared wearing a glowing dress in London. Pussycat Dolls’ famous singer Nicole Scherzinger just electrified the night by walking on the red carpet wearing an elegant black French chiffon gown made by CuteCircuit, on the launch of Britain’s 4th generation of mobile network...

Light up the dark nights with Fashion Interaction LED-lit Dress

When it comes to lighting up the ramp and stealing the show, one must admit that the design of Gholamali Balouch is as good as any. The ‘Fashion Interaction’ dress is surely going to turn some heads no matter where it goes and the sheer audacity of the design along with the beautiful illumination that it brings make it worthy of all the attention it garners. The dress is basically designed with a 25×25 matrix of LED lights carefully enclosed in three different layers of fabric. The three technical and highly precise layers include a reflector, a softener and a...

Double Agent Shoes: Carry it concealed in style

All of us have seen those old 70s and 80s spy flicks and ‘Bond’ classics where some very valuable secret information on a piece of paper is carried in the heel of the boots. Just swivel the heel and the tiny little secret compartment is revealed. With the way woman’s fashion and the height of heels is headed these days, you bet one can carry a lot more in the heel of a shoe. And that is precisely what the crazily creative folk at Bellona Fashions have come up with. The Double Agent shoe may not make you one of...

3D printed Exoskeleton shoes look scary but impressive too

These high heeled shoes surely do look as if they are made for some sci-fi movie but they are not. Designed by Janina Alleyne, UK fashion footwear designer, these pair of high heels are called as the Exoskeleton shoes. Created using 3D printing technology in two pieces, upper and lower, the shoes were then later on joined together to form one piece of eye popping style that looks more like some alienated footwear that is made from exotic animal skeletal. There are teeth like Skelton structures on the toe and on the upper part there are exotic spikes to compliment...

Kinetic Dress that creates electroluminescent halo around Victorian era clothing

Victorian dress always has that retro charm associated to it and if the same dress can create a magic halo around the wearer depending on their mood or feeling then it is rather unbelievable. But the Kinetic Dress makes it possible because of its reactivity to the wearer’s mood and activities at that point in time. Kinetic Dress is made from elastic textile entrenched with sensors at important points to gauge the body’s vital readings. The external skirt section of this dress is covered with electroluminescent embroidery which displays the analyzed data from the sensors in the form of a...

Memoirs functional USB jewelry courtesy 3D printing for hot fashion style statement

It’s the high tech age and so the jewelry of this age should also be drenched in technology. Memoirs by Ashleigh Woodmass is a collection of fashionable jewelry with a functional USB embedded to have music, photos and other important files right at your fingertips. The collection includes rings, earrings and necklaces that let you flaunt fashion statement with the option to pass this digital jewelry to your coming generations.

DIY Lasso Shoes can be assembled in a jiffy with laces

These slippers that can be constructed by the user themselves give us a new interesting way of creating footwear. Idea and the final product designed is from French design graduate Gaspard Tine-Beres (Royal College of Art, London) who gives us as the users new way of putting together felt shoes in a jiffy using just shoelaces. Called as the Lasso Shoes, they are made from single piece of natural wool die cut from 5 mm sheets and as a buyer you’ll get them flat-packed after which you can assemble them with laces supplied in color of choice.

Shoe Pants compliment urban street fashion styling with comfort wear

Have a look at these Shoe Pants by Sebastian Errazuriz which are here to take the hip street fashion world by the clutches. Sebastian calls them the Converse Pants (Duchamp series) and they look pretty hip for wearing on the streets with fashion clothing like t-shirt or zippers for the top.

Mandibular Eyewear by Emma Montague for that toothy eye protection

Emma Montague is a natural history enthusiast who spends most of her time surrounded by carcasses and fittingly so her new collection of sunglasses which have the side frame as a mandible is jaw-dropping in retrospect. Made from black horn, the jaw bones of deer and acetate; the inspiration to make this Mandibular Eyewear came when one day she put her Ray Ban sunglasses down by the side of a mandible.

Delta415 Wearcom jeans have fighter pilot’s G-suit like transparent pocket

Taking interesting inspiration from G-suits worn by fighter pilots (for maps, clipboards and notes) these pair of jeans from Alphyn Industries, DELTA415 Wearcom also called the Dork-O-Tron 3000 lets you get instant access to smartphone in the pocket. To be precise it has a flip open pocket opening that reveals a transparent polymer film through which you can operate the touchscreen of the phone without even taking it out. This pair of jeans is made from 100% cotton premium denim in deep indigo color while the soft organic cotton pockets come in OD green color paying homeage to military heritage.