The Dancing Dress is not by any means a dress that a woman would dance in. At least, that is not what its name is suggesting. If she wants to, the wearer is more than welcome to dance along with the dress. That's right, the Dancing Dress is named so because it is capable of doing majority of the dancing.
Created by Ninna, which was founded by Icelandic designer and artist Ninna Thorarinsdottir who is known for her fashion designs that come with a tech and avant-garde twist, the Dancing Dress boasts hidden robotics that allos the bulging skirt to shimmy and shake in an artistic performance. Controlled by a remote, the Dancing Dress looks like a robotic ballerina tutu.
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