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Plexus Shirt Concept Morphs to the Occasion

by Hazel Chua
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Many are on the constant search to find the perfect shirt. Not just any shirt, but the shirt for all occasions – something that can be worn to work and donned for a night out. Of course, you’d still have to layer on cardigans or accessories in order to make the full transformation, but what if I told you there’s a shirt that can literally morph into anything you want it to?

Plexus

Designed by Vernon Chen and Joanne Lim Jin Xuan, the Plexus is made of pixelated, color-changing nano-magnets (is this possible? It might be, in the future.) These tiny components allow each panel to be able open like a louver and provide ventilation too.

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It’s a reactive, interactive shirt as it morphs and changes color and design based on its wearer’s surroundings and agenda.

Sounds pretty amazing, right? The big catch is that it’s just a concept design… at least for now.

[via Yanko Design]

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