Few brands inspire as much edge-of-your-seat curiosity during Fashion Week as Chromat, the Brooklyn techno-art lingerie and swimwear company that always leaves its fans guessing until the lights come up on its semi-annual runway shows.
What does the mind-bending lingerie label Chromat have in common with Rodarte, Prabal Gurung or Rag & Bone?
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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.
Brooklyn’s visionary lingerie and swimwear brand Chromat is about to change the way people look at fashion.
Stylish basketball shorts, strappy equestrian helmets and ball caps, skeletal shoulder pads, steel-cage corsets, box-shaped face masks and sandal-like running shoes …