[MUST-HAVE] Each garment of this collection is made of radio frequency shielding fabric. The mobile devices placed in their pockets will no longer be able to get signal, leaving us free to appreciate the world around us.
[MUST-HAVE] Every season, "Le Monde d'Hermès" celebrates the venerable house in a playful and elegant way. The Spring/Summer 2014 edition is no exception and its digital version perpetuates the house taste for metamorphosis.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Zeitguised gives us its own interpretation of Comme des Garçons' Spring Summer 2014 collection. The runway clothes created by the Japanese brand no longer exist but are instead replaces by autonomous forms of life.
[CONCEPT] Lisa Kaori and Caitlin created a collection of accessories that prevent such technology to take a peek at your thoughts.
[AGENDA] On the occasion of the ongoing Paris Fashion Week, Kenzo and Google just announced a collaboration which happily merges fashion and technology together.
[WATCH&LISTEN] To celebrate the launch of the new adizero F50 Messi, adidas created a video showcasing Messi's incredible talents with a clever use of technology.
[MUST-HAVE] Your brainwaves can now become a cool scarf pattern. An EEG headset records your cerebral activity while listening to Bach’s “Goldberg Variations”. Three main features are measured, relaxation, excitement, and cognitive load. They are then translated into a unique knitting pattern using Knitic,
[MUST-HAVE] The world's first thermochromic athletic shirt is now available! The Radiate shirts will give you "thermal vision on your body". The clothes react to your body temperature. They change color when your veins expand or your muscle swell, giving you a precise idea of which parts of your body are working out.
[MUST-HAVE] After showing an amazing couture collection last January featuring the first flexible 3D-printed dress, Iris van Herpen is now unveiling her first ready-to-wear collection. Phy-tha-go-rash draws inspiration from the Pythagoras tree.
[CONCEPT] This high tech fashion project explores the relationship between intimacy and technology. Made of "smart e-foils", the first series Intimacy Black and Intimacy White, become transparent based on the social interactions of the wearer
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Instead of the usual fashion show, Andrea Crews for a new way to present its new FW '13 collection: Vine!
[CONCEPT] The Shibuya branch of United Arrows installed an innovative window display a few months back. Two marionettes, one male and one female, mimic the movements of the passers-by.
[WTF] Robotic limbs on the shoulder of the dress designed by Anouk Wipprecht protect the wearer from any disturbances. The animated legs react to nearby movements.
It takes some guts to launch a fashion magazine in 2012, but Antonin Gaultier is up to the challenge. His digital magazine, De Rigueur is only available via Kindle. We meet with Antonin for an honest discussion about fashion, media and the digital world.
[CONCEPT] An automated camera placed in Williamsburg, Brooklyn snaps pictures of passersby and publish them directly online. This raw feed of fashion gives us a precise an unbiased idea of what people are wearing on what is supposed to be one of the most fashionable blocks of the city.
[MUST-HAVE] It is not because you did not go to Harvard, Cornell or any Ivy League colleges that you should not be proud of your education.
[MUST-HAVE] The Social denim brings the jeans into the 2.0 dimension. The vinyl pocket of this very special pair of jeans contains a device which communicates with the user's phone (iPhone or Android) through Bluetooth.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] This "epic inter-galactic fashion show" was presented at the UCCA in Beijing two weeks ago. Vega Wang used electroluminescent fabric to create garments that shine in the dark.
[ITW] Paris fashion week is coming up but before pluging head first into a new season, let's go back to the music of the previous one. In "The Sound Of The Season", Jaws studio compiled the best tracks from the shows' playlists. We met with Sarah Joe, one of the two creatve minds behind the project.
Whatever the material they are made of, the surface on which they express themselves, or where they come from, from now on, the objects surrounding us come to life.