© Gustavo Villar
With a collection that paired slippery latex with 3-D-printed body braces illuminated by LED lights and green lasers, Brooklyn’s Chromat Garments lit up MADE Fashion Week with its Autumn-Winter 2015 runway show on Friday night.
Its new collection, called Mindfiles, was inspired by the concept of “digital immortality” and featured 25 futuristic conceptual looks from Chromat designer Becca McCharen.
The show at Milk Studios was in many ways a continuation of Chromat‘s last presentation there in October — sampling wearable technology and employing the most diverse assortment of models you’ll likely see on a fashion week runway this year.
Watch for full coverage and more behind-the-scenes photos in Lingerie Talk tomorrow. For now, here’s the full lineup of outfits presented.
CREDIT: All photos by Gustavo Villar for Lingerie Talk.