MIT does fashion? Apparently so. Battery-powered dresses, 802.11 apparel, and more. Check out some entertaining links about the Seamless Computational Couture fashion show held at Boston’s Museum of Science this past January. Media Lab video Wearable technology fashion show (YouTube) Museum of Science event announcement (with a couple more video clips) Power Dressing, Technology Review
Look what I found on one of my favorite geeky blogs — Search Engine Land. It’s Google-inspired fashion. Oh my stars. Specifically it’s the “Oogle sari” from Satya Paul’s latest collection. I’ve been known to wear a hard drive as jewelry, but don’t you think this is ever so much more web diva? Fortunately for … Continue reading Google As a Fashion Statement
Tomorrow, Tuesday January 15, I’ll be wearing a black turtleneck. It’s not that I’m an Apple zealot nor is it a statement of solidarity, although I do like many of their products — a lot. In truth it’s just one less early-morning wardrobe decision. No jeans, though. Some people look a lot better in dungarees … Continue reading Black Turtleneck Day
I confess. Whenever I must buy clothes (a less than favorite pastime), my goal is to pick items with lots of pockets. It doesn’t matter if it’s a shirt, jacket, vest, skirt or pants. It has to have pockets. The more the better. The fashionista will tell you pockets “ruin the line.” I can only … Continue reading Do All Web Divas Pick Pockets?