LED-accented clothes pulse with the night's festivities at Wyld nightclub

London's Wyld nightclub will soon feature staff wear LED lights on their clothing that pulsate to the venue's music.

These LED lights move with the beats thanks to British designer Claire Barrow and clothing maker Glofaster. The lights were made give music lovers another way to enjoy the sounds while in a club. The inspiration for these designs were the disco ball that hangs from Wyld’s ceiling and the neon lights up there with them.

Sketches of the uniform show three distinct lines of LED lights: one straight, one slightly wavy and one with a gentle curve in a pattern that echoes the distinctive feel and tone of the club. All are red, and designed to pulsate and change which line is brighter according to the music playing nearby, driven by a Bluetooth connection to the club's sound system.

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