If ever you need to give your eyes a rest from the usual, look-at-me, street style fashion fandango, click over to Accidental Icon. Lyn Slater is an academic who writes eloquently about creativity and style and lives her life in monochrome. Her cool aesthetic and unerring sense of style are a tonic for anyone withRead more
I’ve been interested in fashion for as long as I can remember, but it wasn’t until recently that I really found and began owning my personal sense of style. Up until a year or two ago, I constantly played around with different styles, going through random stages of clothing, trying to figure out what I … Read More
You see, you have to go back...way, way back to before God was fashioning the worlds. There you will find her as you do here. An unfathomable mystery. Wielding the power of a trillion suns. With a heart and love that defies anything that makes sense, and a beauty that leaves me stumbling, trying to find my way...
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.