CuteCircuit, a company known for its exquisite light-up designs dubbed 'wearable technology', has slowly but surely, been making its way into the mainstream market. Fashion icons like Nicole Scherzinger and Katy Perry have proudly donned their innovative creations on several occasions. So it was not surprising to see the company make its runway debut on the grandest stage of all - The New York Fashion Week!
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Any designer can make a wedding dress from fine silk, satin or chiffon, but it would surely take true talent to create a chic wearable gown from nothing but toilet paper, glue, tape and needle & thread. That, is what 1,100 budding designers were allowed to use for the 'Cheap Chic Weddings 2013 Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest' the winners of which, were announced in New York City, on June 6th, 2013.
London-based Cute Circuit that specializes in wearable technology is known for its dazzling outfits. In the past they have designed many mesmerizing dresses like the Galaxy dress that incorporated 24,000 LED lights and 4,000 Swarovski crystals. Now in keeping up with today's world comes a dress that actually sparkles with live tweets!
We all have all been well educated to the fact that overexposure to the sun's harmful ultra-violet (UV) rays can lead to major health problems ranging from skin cancer to even, eye damage. It is therefore no wonder that we are constantly seeking out sunscreens that promise the strongest levels of UV protection.
Last week, Boston residents were treated to a rather unusual fashion show - One where instead of walking down a normal horizontal catwalk, the models strutted down the wall of the newly opened Revere Hotel's 24-story building.
The Japanese are always coming up with cool fashion ideas. First there was the LED teeth, then an air-conditioned jacket and now, this really awesome headband that can read your brainwaves. While it might sound sort of creepy and weird, it actually is quite brilliant.
With so many world-class designers flaunting their creativity especially on a runaway like Paris, it is tough for any one to really stand out. However, at this year's fashion week, which took place from Sept. 30th - Oct 3rd, one designer managed to do just that with a collection that shone - Literally!