October 9, 2013 AT 6:00 am
Behind the Black Eyed Peas Illuminated Stage Wear #WearableWednesday
Cool process video showing how the Black Eyed Peas stage wear came together over a six-week period. Syuzi at
Fashioning Technology writes:
Fergie’s foxy catsuit was designed with 175 OLED panels remotely controlled to create patterns in sequence to to the set-list. While apl.de.ap’s leather getup mimicked an equalizer and Taboo’s futuristic costume was bedazzled with nearly 1000 illuminated silicone studs.
Black Eyed Peas costumes were designed with a star-packed team including stylist
B. Akerlund, fashion technologist Nancy Tilbury from StudioXO and lighting engineer Rogier Van Derheide.
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