I’m a sucker for anything that’s interactive, from books and posters to shoes and dresses. By “interactive,” I mean it adds an extra dimension or comes incorporated with a certain element based on the inspiration behind its design.
I’m not sure from whence this Pac-Man ghost dress originated, but it’s pretty great. I especially like the pixelated fringing on the bottom of this short little number, done up to look like Inky, the cyan ghost.
Facebook has taken over a lot of lives, and I mean that literally, in the past few years since it’s quick rise to fame. It’s not uncommon to find people feverishly posting photos via mobile and updating their status every other minute based on every single whim and thought that enters their head.
If your fashion tastes lean more towards the geek than the gross like Lady GaGa’s meat dress, the cool color-changing mood dress might be for you.
The gown is made using SKIN technology and the dress has bubbles on it that glow and change colors depending on the wearers body heat or mood.
You might recall those geeky circuit board ties we featured earlier by Enlighted Designs that had several LED lights running through the entire design to give them a more authentic look.
Well, the woman behind all that illuminated clothing, Janet Hansen, is at it again, but this time, she’s made something for the ladies: the Snowball Mini Dress.
After seeing Miss Death Star the other day, it made me wonder what other cool, retro geek-chic outfits were out there for those of you without the time to make a DIY cosplay getup. These tube dresses will allow you to dress up like a life-size Nintendo Game Boy.
Check out Jennifer Landa’s fancy Death Star dress, that comes complete with galaxy tights and a TIE Interceptor serre-tête. I’m sure all Star Wars fans are going a bit loony over this, and I have to say that it looks pretty good.
I was really pumped about this story for a few minutes. I thought all those donations to research institutions had finally paid off and science had created a woman with four boobs. Sadly, those two protrusions on the hips area aren’t extra breasts.
Minneapolis artist Charlie Bucket (not the kid from Willy Wonka) knit himself a dress. But this thing isn’t just any old garment. The dress is made from 600 feet of knitted plastic tubing, filled with luminescent fluid.
The whole dress is then connected to a pumping backpack which precisely times the movement of the fluids – resulting in an amazing lightshow.
This LED light dress was designed by fashion design student Kristi Kuusk. She studies at the University of São Paulo in Brazil and came up with this wonderful idea for one of her classes.
The dress is supposed to light up like when the snow sparkles at night.
You know me, slap some retro Nintendo stuff on anything, and I’ll probably write about it. Actually, no. It actually has to be cool. Here’s a little something for you gamer grlz out there who have a fond place in your hearts for your old Nintendo Game Boy.
Textile crafter Amber over at Sew-Oeno is seen here modeling her latest creation, the Nintendo Game Boy tube dress.
This incredibly designed dress will react to the air quality and pollution levels by pulsating hundreds of LED lights.
This dress was created by Diffus. It’s kind of amazing that it includes all of those LED lights.
Created by Dutch designer Stijn Ossevoort, Flare is a dress embroidered with wind-sensitive lights, arranged to form dandelions. Just imagine – it’s your wedding day, and it’s at the beach, just like you’ve always imagined it.
Want to really stand out the next time you go out clubbin’? Then look no further than these totally over-the-top illuminated clothes from LumiGram.
For a casual night out, why not try on one of Lumigram’s Lumitop fiber optic tops?