Top 5 High Tech Couture Dresses Rocked By Celebrities On The Red Carpet

High Tech Couture is alive and well. If you don’t believe me then you must have missed the stylish fashion-forward celebrities who have been wearing some striking fashion tech pieces on the red carpet. Here are favourite top  pieces that were simply rocked:

5. Emma Watson in Calvin Klein

At 2016’s Met Gala, Emma Watson wore a beautiful ensemble from Calvin Klein Collection. The stunning black and white dress was the epitome of sustainable fashion. Made from Newlife fabric, a unique yarn engineered from used plastic bottles sourced, it was processed and spun into yarns in Italy. Every element of her outfit was considered from an ethical perspective – even down to the zippers which were made from recycled plastic.

4. Claire Danes in Zac Posen

Claire Danes's Zac Posen Cinderella Dress

Claire Danes looked magnificent in Zac Posen’s Modern take on : Fashion in an Age of Technology Theme. Channelling Cinderella, Dane’s custom baby blue gown was a gorgeous glow-in-the-dark dress, lined with fibre optics all throughout, highlighting the delicate detailing from the corset to the full skirt and train.

3. Dita Von Teese in Schmidt+Bitonti

Michael Schmidt and Francis Bitonti created a 3D printed dress for famed burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese

2. Björk in Stratasys’ 3D Printed ‘Pangolin’ Dress

Björk adorned a Stratasys’ 3D printed ‘Pangolin’ dress during her Australian tour. Designed by high-profile designers, threeASFOUR,  the dress was produced using Stratasys’ unique full-colour, multi-material 3D printing technology. The dress demonstrates of Stratasys’ ultra-flexible and durable Nano Enhanced Elastomeric Technology material.

1. Cate Blanchett in Iris van Herpen

Cate Blanchett wore Iris van Herpen this year’s (2018) Jury President of the Cannes Film Festival. It took the atelier over 300 hours to tailor make this dress for her, that combines laser-cutting and handwork to accomplish the soft three-dimensional leaf-like patterns.

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