Imagine the time it would take to knit 600 feet of clear plastic tubing to make this Fluid Dress. Then add the technological factor: hooking it up to a machine that feeds the tubes neon water. The result is a marvelous work of art that mixes both science and couture.
Charlie Bucket is the man behind this wonder and although the Fluid Dress could not really be worn in contemporary society (imagine lugging around a machine behind you), it is a beautiful take on technology and fashion.
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The 'Fluid Dress' is a Beautiful Piece of Fashionable Science
- By: Kamal MusharbashNov 18, 2010