These Garments Show Your Stress Levels In Real Time

These Garments Show Your Stress Levels In Real Time
Fashion & Apparel

Designer Hussein Chalayan is exploring the possibilities of emotion-tracking wearables during his runway show at Paris fashion week

Conner Dial, Fashion Editor
  • 5 october 2016

Over his extensive career, the fashion designer Hussein Chalayan has appropriated a variety of non-fashion items into his collections, including interior design, urban architecture and geometric figures. At his “Room Tone” show, premiering September 30th at the Spring/Summer 2017 Fashion Week in Paris, the designer used belts and glasses, powered by Intel’s Curie module, to express the models’ stress levels.

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