The Beat Dress was part of a project for a Fashion and Technology course at MalmÃ¶ University in Sweden. The dress has 10 detachable patches, each with 10 LEDs that are controlled by a microphone and equalizer. When sound or music is detected, the LEDs light up to the beat. It's kind of a neat idea, but I think it needs some work. That, and to not be constructed out of a potato sack. And it doesn't really need that top portion there, the part that covers the melons. Or the bottom part. Hell, it should just be a naked woman with a flashlight.
Beat Dress Lights Up To Music [ubergizmo]
WARNING: the gallery after the jump is probably NSFW.
What is that, a hair band? Nope, it's underwear -- a C-string. The misnamed C-string doesn't actually have any straps, it's kept on by hugging the vagina and buttcrack. Now that's sexy talk.
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Any Friday that starts with the tip line filled with naked ladies is a good one. So today might not turn out so bad. British clothes designer Hussein Chalayan has made dresses that transform into other dresses, and one that disappears entirely! The fun in the video starts ab... / Continue →
This is a transforming dress designed by Hussein Chalayan, who has been developing transforming women's fashion since at least this other one I posted back in 2007, except that one transformed INTO A NAKED LADY, making it infinitely better. It's supposed to be fashion FORWARD... / Continue →