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Evolving Worldviews

Like the lycra body suits that were all the rage on the Starship Enterprise, visions of what we will be wearing in the future often verge on the ridiculous. From wearable music players to LED necklaces to clothes fitted with hidden sensors and wires, it is all a bit wacky, catering for a supposed gap in the market that often doesn’t need filling. For some the future of fashion lies not in design but in smarter fabrics. And it doesn’t get much smarter than the approach of fashion designer Suzanne Lee who is literally growing her own clothes. (via BBC News - Geek chic: When fashion meets technology)

Like the lycra body suits that were all the rage on the Starship Enterprise, visions of what we will be wearing in the future often verge on the ridiculous. From wearable music players to LED necklaces to clothes fitted with hidden sensors and wires, it is all a bit wacky, catering for a supposed gap in the market that often doesn’t need filling. For some the future of fashion lies not in design but in smarter fabrics. And it doesn’t get much smarter than the approach of fashion designer Suzanne Lee who is literally growing her own clothes. (via BBC News - Geek chic: When fashion meets technology)