Is this the future of fashion?
Just when you thought every type of garment had already been designed, a pioneering individual named Daan Roosegaarde comes up with a dress that goes transparent when the wearer becomes aroused, or, as the company states, "based on close and personal encounters with people."
Um, yeah, we can guess what THAT means!
The dress, called "Intimacy 2.0," comes in black and white, and is composed of leather and opaque smart e-foils that turn sheer based on a person's heart rate.
So even if you're not sexually aroused, but just happened to see a cute puppy or half-off sale at your fave store, you'd end up flashing your goods all over the place!
Studio Roosegaarde, the company behind the dress, is currently seeking fashion designers to come up with "Intimacy 3.0" for men and women.
Can a transparent suit be next?
Would U wear this futuristic ensemble???
[Image via Intimacy 2.0]