This dress from the Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology was just enough to blow the mind! A floating dress, which is motorized, outfitted with wheels and decorated with remote-controlled winged crystals that can fly - that is what every girl wants.
The detail in all of these designs is just oh so darn lovely!
Issey Miyake’s “flying saucer” dress in three positions, from flat to fully extended. Sorry the above shot is blurry, but wanted you to see how this dress works. I just loved the colors, so wonderful!
Issey Miyake (Japanese, born 1938) for Miyake Design Studio (Japanese, founded 1970)
"Flying Saucer" dress, spring/summer 1994
Courtesy of The Miyake Issey Foundation
Raf Simons (Belgian, born 1968) for House of Dior (French, founded 1947)
Ensemble, spring/summer 2015 haute couture
Courtesy of Christian Dior Haute Couture
Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen
Anna Wintour at the press preview of the event.
I hope you try to visit this exhibit as you will really enjoy it. I would love to pop in again before it closes just to admire all this glorious fashion, art and design.
“Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology” runs through August 14, 2016 at
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