I don't throw the term genius around a lot, but whoever created these knitted ear caps must be an enlightened individual. They're the perfect way to keep extra warm while reminding everyone of just how damn hip you are.
When temperatures drop below 18C, snowflake patterns will appear on this thermochromatic Jack Frost scarf from Diana Eng. But that's like using a bandage that tells you you're bleeding, or a hat that points out your hair's a mess.
If you're going to the trouble of getting yourself a set of Stormtrooper armour, it might as well be practical right? So instead of flimsy moulded plastic, these suits are made from genuine leather, protecting motorcyclists from road rash.
Mixing Star Wars with those '"I'm with stupid" tees, this latest addition to the ever growing list of electronically enhanced shirts features the Death Star firing its glowing superlaser, complete with sound effects, at whoever's standing next to you.
This fabric dye works exactly like those hypercolor t-shirts that changed color when exposed to sunlight, except with permanent results. So if you're still shooting with a traditional film camera, you can actually develop your negatives onto a shirt and wear your shots proudly, instead of going the photo paper route which usually gets buried in an album.
Down jackets are the de facto standard of winter clothing. They're light, flexible, warm and so far, no one's been able to make something better. Well, until now. North Face thinks they've made a jacket that's better than down. It's called ThermoBall.
A team of international researchers led by Cornell fiber scientist Juan Hinestroza have successfully created transistors from cotton fibers that remain flexible enough to be woven into fabrics, leading the way for garments that could one day be more capable than your phone.
Finding a new pair of jeans that fit takes longer than it should. So, like a cold-hearted best friend, New Look's new full body 3D scanner will reveal the cold, hard truth about just how curvy you really are.
Embeddable clothing isn't a new concept , but the idea's been around long enough that we should start seeing more and more real-world applications, outside of the lab, right? Right. Enter the eT-Shirt.