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  High-tech fashion
An exhibition gives a glimpse into how technologies might shape clothes we wear in the future .
1/6 This exhibition gives a glimpse into how technology might shape clothes we wear in the future
Designer Hussein Chalayan was inspired by flight technology to create the Airplane Dress, which is made from the same material used in aircraft construction .
2/6 Designer Hussein Chalayan was inspired by flight technology to create the Airplane Dress, which is made from the same material used in aircraft construction
The Puddlejumper makes the wearer part of rain's rhythm. The front circles are
3/6 The Puddlejumper makes the wearer part of the rain's rhythm. The front circles are "electroluminescent lamps", wired to sensors on the sleeve and back
Roam suit shows a
4/6 Roam suit shows a "journey" through physical and computer environments. Artist Jen Southern loves computer games and picked his favourite scene from one
This is the Cooling Jacket - it came from the need to keep astronauts the right temperature in space
5/6 This is the Cooling Jacket - it came from the need to keep astronauts the right temperature in space
The tiny tubes in this dress can carry smells like freshly cut grass
6/6 The tiny tubes in this dress can carry smells like freshly cut grass

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