Techy threads. faddy frocks

Clothes are definitely getting smarter thanks to modern technology.
In fact, there's an entire exhibition underway in Austria dedicated to hi-tech clothing, with items including a cocktail dress that actually dishes out the drinks, and another dress that blows smoke.
But it's Dutch electronics manufacturer Philips that is really pushing the envelope, with an outfit featuring biometric sensors that change the color of the garment depending on the mood of the person wearing it.

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