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When it comes to fashion, american apparels are always at the forefront. But have you ever wondered what those fashionable apparels were made of? Yes,

When it comes to fashion, american apparels are always at the forefront. But have you ever wondered what those fashionable apparels were made of? Yes,

This combination of exquisite draping and the richness of the textiles print epitomises what I plan to achieve through my body of work. However, the only difference is that I'm proposing to work with mixed media textiles rather than just print specifically. Spring 2013

This combination of exquisite draping and the richness of the textiles print epitomises what I plan to achieve through my body of work. However, the only difference is that I'm proposing to work with mixed media textiles rather than just print specifically. Spring 2013

Stéphane Rolland/ Ughh!! I never know what to wear to the pool!!/ ♥ Lovely~ Madorie Darling ♥

Stephane Rolland Spring 2012 Couture

Stéphane Rolland/ Ughh!! I never know what to wear to the pool!!/ ♥ Lovely~ Madorie Darling ♥

What to Wear: India Vacation style  Beaded Textile Tunic

What to Wear: India Vacation Style

Really, what isn't to love about Haider Ackermann's looks on the runway especially the winter collection.

Really, what isn't to love about Haider Ackermann's looks on the runway especially the winter collection.

This designer has used complex sensory technology to create a dress that moves, changes shape and lights up when it is looked at. Montreal-based designer Ying Gao installed eye-tracking technology in the dresses so that they activate when they sense someones gaze. Gao's dresses are made from shredded, ruched super-organza, are sewn with photoluminescent thread & contain tiny eye-tracking electronic devices. There are small motors sewn into them that can move parts of the dress.

This designer has used complex sensory technology to create a dress that moves, changes shape and lights up when it is looked at. Montreal-based designer Ying Gao installed eye-tracking technology in the dresses so that they activate when they sense someones gaze. Gao's dresses are made from shredded, ruched super-organza, are sewn with photoluminescent thread & contain tiny eye-tracking electronic devices. There are small motors sewn into them that can move parts of the dress.

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