Staring at another person’s clothing is generally considered rude — in fact, the mere concept of gaze has its own history and critical literature. But, in this particular case, it’s recommended: these two dresses, by Montreal designer Ying Gao, aren’t really complete unless someone is staring at them.
We’ve had meat dresses, bubble dresses, cocktail-serving dresses; so really, what’s so crazy about Microsoft making a wearable, paper Twitter dress? It actually looks pretty good — sort of like a tissue paper laser fairy.
You could describe Charlie Bucket’s Fluid Dress as “flowing”, but not in the usual sense – it’s a garment made from 183m of knitted tubing, pumped with neon water that dances in a beautiful ballet. It’s kinda unbelievable.