3000 dollars for a color-changing dress

The British designer Amy Rainbow Winters showed another example of electronics in fashion. She presented an optic fiber dress with sensors implanted in the sleeves.

The dress can be blue and then change color with a single press on the sleeve.

Winters designs fabrics and clothes by partnering with technologists, who manufacture the needed materials.

The fiber-optic skirt costs nearly $3000, but the model displayed on stage can be much more expensive, since it all depends on the design.

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