Would You Wear The Most Revealing Dress Ever?

Roosegaarde Intimacy Dress

Studio Roosegaarde's Intimacy dress.
Photo: Studio Roosegaarde

Transparency takes a double meaning thanks to Daan Roosegaarde, founder of Studio Roosegaarde, and this "Intimacy Dress." The Netherlands-based designer's newest project is a range of high-tech dresses that become CLEAR based on your emotions, namely when you get excited. If you're anything like us, you're probably wondering, "WHY would I ever want to be (essentially) naked whenever I get a little exc—," and then it hits you. Maybe. Still not getting it? Maybe the headline that directed our attention to the dress, courtesy of our friends at Mashable, can help: "This Dress Turns Clear When You're Turned On." Yep. That kind of excited.

Roosegaarde Intimacy Dress

Studio Roosegaarde's Intimacy dress.
Photo: Studio Roosegaarde

How do these bad boys work exactly? Welp, according to the Studio Roosegaarde website, the dresses are made of "opaque smart e-foils that become increasingly transparent based on close and personal encounters with people." Also, the e-foils respond in a more gradual sense, more like a dimmer than a light switch, based on your heart rate and body's manifestation of social interactions. Still, just because we KIND OF get how it works, doesn't mean we're any less terrified to wear it.

This isn't like those American Apparel thermochromatic shirts, though. Those tees perform two pretty innocuous tasks: showing that your body temperature has changed and then changing colors accordingly. These dresses reveal that not only is your heart RACING, but the dress also becomes TOTALLY SEE-THROUGH while that's happening and gets more and more transparent the faster your heart beats. It's a walking panic attack waiting to happen, and that makes this intimacy dress — while extremely interesting and buzzworthy and YAY SCIENCE! — a trend I am way too neurotic to ever get behind. What about you, though? Would you wear the most revealing dress ever? Let us know in the comments!

{via Mashable}

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