I could say something as lame as "in the future, we'll all be wearing these clothes," but I think you know the truth. You know we'll really look like this. Still, the various designs are really something else, aren't they?
Created using 3D modeling, the 10 designs were created by the Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake, who's known for pretty avant garde stuff (according to my less-nerdy friends). The pieces of fabric fold down flat, but have been designed to within a cm of its material, so they can be picked up and slung over bodies in "stylish" dresses, shirts and trousers.
On show at Miyake's flagship store "132 5. Issey Miyake" which is opening this fall, it's a brilliant collision of mathematics and fashion, but, erm, I think I'll stick to my blogger's wardrobe of pyjama pants and cardigan for now. [Dezeen]
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