A Dutch fashion designer is pushing the envelope by incorporating electronics into her fashion designs.
Anouk Wipprecht uses sensors and robotic devices to give her couture a futuristic edge. Whether its dresses with their own motorized limbs or clothing that can hold an electric current, Wipprecht's designs are so high-tech they seem like the clothing we envision people wearing in 3030.
Wipprecht became interested in fashion design at a young age, and even started experimenting with fabrics at 14, IEEE Spectrum reported. She wanted her clothes to do more than lie there, so she began experimenting with implementing motors into her clothing.
And the results are pretty breathtaking — here's a look at Wipprecht's work: