Dress That Changes Shape Points To The Future Of Wearables At New York Fashion Week
Wearable technology might conjure up images of chunky watches that track our steps or enable phone calls, but there’s a host of other experimentation occurring in the world of fashion.
At New York Fashion Week this week, for example, architectural sportswear label Chromat unveiled a technology-enabled dress that expands and collapses based on the wearer’s body temperature, adrenaline or stress levels. Launched in partnership with Intel and accordingly hosting the button-sized Intel Curie chip, it is made from 3-D printed panels and an adaptable carbon fiber framework.
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