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Fab in a Can

Fashion Show spray-on dress.
© Fabrican Ltd 2010 Photographer Ian Cole.

When you look at this dress, what do you see? Fashion week? An amazing work of art by a couture designer? How about the light bulb of a mad scientist?

Honestly, it’s a combination of the last two. Spanish designer, Manel Torres is also a scientist. He invented spray-on clothing. Yes, you read it correctly!

© Fabrican Ltd 2007 Photographer Gene Kiegel.

Not just for cartoons anymore. This little stroke of genius cam from silly string! I must say I’m just a little bit jealous that I didn’t come up with this idea myself as much as I had played with the stuff as a kid.

The coolest thing about these fab fashions it that after they’re sprayed on, they can even be taken off, washed and re-worn just like any other article of clothing. Blew my mind! Strutting down a catwalk is not all this spray-able fabric can do. Watch the magic below!

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