Spacewear fashion show

Spacewear fashion show

A spacewear fashion show featuring clothing designed for travel in weightless conditions was held at the University of Tokyo's Hongo campus on November 2.

I've only found these two pictures...

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8 Responses:

  1. gfish says:

    High heels? High heels? Holy christ, feet are useless enough in freefall without strapping a weapon onto them.

    • wisn says:

      In zero G, flowing hair and draped fabrics are going to give 'fashion victim' a meaning it doesn't usually have.

      • nelc says:

        I don't know, flowing fabric and hair are going to look fine in free-fall -- providing said victim can keep moving, or station themselves in front of the air-conditioner.

        Not so fine if said victim has to get into a pressure suit or rescue ball, unless the couture is smart enough to become a pressure suit or rescue ball when need arises. Might need some kind of implant to keep the hair under control, too.

  2. As a female, I just want to say that at first glance, the white outfit in the second picture looks like it was modeled after a maxi pad therefore instantly making the first pic's dresses look like tampons. I though it was all the designer's conceptual statement of... something.

  3. taffer says:

    I notice a distinct lack of lasers, mirrors, and nudity. Worst space fashion show ever.