Montreal-based designer Ying Gao used sensory technology in her dresses The interactive clothes react to a onlooker's gaze by moving and lighting up Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2351033/The-dress-moves-look-Hi-tech-glow-dark-outfit-worlds-lightest-fabric-responds-peoples-gaze.html#ixzz2XYKHW4GP Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
Get ready with some serious cuddling this season with this knitted sweater.This sweater has crew neck ,and it is made of cotton blend with light to medium weight. We all sure that it is the perfect partner for coping up with longer nights this season. http://fave.co/2dj7xFO
Create your own natural decorations with your preschooler for the home with this simple to do and follow how to on creating dried citrus slices, no special equipment needed. Then use them for decorations, potpourri or creating wreaths in the home.
This artists seems to have used an array of different colours, either gels lights, flash filters or digitally manipulated. Anyhow, the array of colours being blurred creates an eerie feel to the photo by giving it a sense of motion combined with sensuality. It almost has the essence of a blurred night life cityscape. I plan to experiment with this blurred gel-light effect in my own images.