Fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld is known for his Twitter quips like "I envy Zaha Hadid's ability to sketch on computers," but in his latest show he manages to harness to technology to his own ends with great effect.
We're fans of Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht, who is quite fond of blending tech and fashion. Just take a look at this dress she made that paints itself. Not content to make one liquid-dispensing garment, here's her next trick: a dress that'll pour you a drink, as long as you play by its rules.
Last year we showed you the robot mannequin for men, now the same company has unveiled the technology for the far more important, and demanding market of female fashion consumers.
Wearable technology is quickly becoming the norm, but two enterprising designers have decided take quirky fashion and mix it with embeddable tech in a more collaborative way.
Just in time for summer we present you with the only thing any self-respecting geek girl will wear to the beach this year: the world's first fully 3D printed Bikini!
Although the official 25th anniversary for the legendary game Super Mario Bros. arrived in the waning months of 2010, Nintendo has just unveiled a fashion pairing to commemorate the video game benchmark.
Do you long for a simpler time, when state of the art video gaming meant Legend Of Zelda played on the original Nintendo NES? Well it looks like the blocky style of 1980s 8-bit computer graphics is suddenly chic again, if Japanese fashion designer Kunihiko Morinaga's latest fall collection is anything to go by.
Most of us have had some experience in the high school lunch room tapping out beats as our friends engage in a little impromptu karaoke, but imagine how the a capella lameness might melt away if your knee slaps were powered by an actual electronic drum kit.
The design genius of Russian studio Podvaal offers a timepiece that looks more like a personal time travel device than the next evolution of the wristwatch.
Proving that Hollywood will have to improve its creative muscle to keep up with reality, a team in Portugal has constructed a real life superhero suit that any geek would be proud to wear.