‘Wearable’ Clothing Expresses What Words Cannot

‘Wearable’ Clothing Expresses What Words Cannot

Sangli Li's expressive wearables include a fanned hat that covers the wearer's ears in presence of loud noises

Jason Brick
  • 5 may 2015

A new trend in ‘wearable’ clothing could become a new mode of communication.

A project designed by Sangli Li imagines if clothing were our only method of communicating with each other—a situation that could exist for people with disabilities that restrict communication. His idea includes several wearables that can move and gesture.

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