1. The Music Beany can be connected to your smartphone or tablet via a Bluetooth connection. The Beany is a hat with headphones installed in it, which might start a trend about wearing a woolly wearable. The wearable hat is supported to work with Android, iOS and Windows Phones devices. To purchase Music bean will cost you £29.

  2. Combining equal parts fine design and technological innovation, this collection of original rings, bracelets and necklaces is not only striking, but also functional; using an app, you can set your jewellery to subtly vibrate in the event of certain notifications, allowing you to leave your smartphone in your bag and get back to real life, safe in the confidence you won’t miss anything important.

    by Kovert Design

  3. NEUROTiQ is brain animating fashion – a knitted, 3d printed, EEG brain sensor – that maps thoughts and exhibits brain states with color.

    NASA’s Z-2 Suit is the newest prototype in its next-generation spacesuit platform, the Z-series. Please review the three concepts and make your selection. Voting is open through April 15, 2014 at 11:59pm EDT.

  5. Intel Presents the “Make it Wearable” Challenge

  6. "To create the dress, a 3D-scan of a person’s body forms the basis for a digitally modelled garment, to which the tessellated pattern is applied. The rigidity and behaviour of the final dress can be controlled at this stage by altering the configuration of the triangular hinged mesh: the way the material will drape as a result is simulated on-screen. This digital model can then be folded into a much smaller shape using computer simulation software and printed in compressed form. When the dress is lifted out of the printer, it will unfurl into its intended shape."

    "4D-printed" shape-changing dress by Nervous System

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  7. Artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz used twelve of his former flames as the inspiration for these 3D-printed shoes, presented at a pop-up shop that opened to coincide with Design Miami.
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  8. The London based creative laboratory Bare Conductive was invited to team up with Fabio Antinori and Alicja Pytlewska in order to develop a large-scale metaphor for the idea of breathing life into a textile skin. At the core of the interactive tapestries featured in their installation, Contours, are capacitive sensors applied to the objects’ substrates using conductive paint; these sensors react to the presence of a person in their immediate vicinity and can track their movement.

  9. HGarts' water transfer printing.


  10. Meet Moritz Waldemeyer.

    Moritz Waldemeyer is a British/German designer and engineer. He trained as an engineer. Since then, he has collaborated with many of the world’s top architects and fashion designers including Ron AradZaha Hadid and Hussein Chalayan. His work is a fusion of technology, art, fashion and design.

    Waldemeyer has used LED technology on everything from chandeliers to digital jackets for Gary Barlow and Will.i.am

  11. Volantis" has six booms in a hexagon formation with two electric motors on the end. These provide power to two carbon fibre propeller blades able to lift the wearer above the grounds. Lift is created by combined thrust force from pusher and puller propellers in all six booms.

    Designed by Studio XO

  12. Lady Gaga’s Flying dress is not a dress.

    'Ceci n'est pas une robe'

  13. Halloween Costume: LED light suit for 22 months old baby.


    It starts with the different size of patterns and shapes.
    Stripes and checks. Enlarged, oversized, magnified, shrunken.
    There is a moment where we see 3 plain dresses which the size itself starts to change.
    And that’s where the magic happens.

  15. Wearables for Chairs
    CHAIR WEAR designed by Anke Bernotat and Jan Jacob Borstlap / Bernotat&Co.