The folks over at Fashiongtech have posted about Alexander Wang’s beautiful laser cut color-changing garments. We’d love to get our hands on some of these pieces!
For his Autumn/Winter 2014 collection, Alexander Wang built a collection using heat sensitive fabrics that were laser cut, knit and woven. In the hands of a clever artist, even color-changing inks that often fall prey to gimmickry, were transformed into subtle, sophisticated details that made the clothes seem like they were living.
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