4 Met Gala Looks That Make Us Wonder If Tech-Conscious Fashion Is About to Go Bridal

Year after year, the Met Gala reminds us that fashion is forever evolving, and last night’s “Manus x Machina” themed bash was no exception. With bridal fashion often following in the footsteps of the red carpet and the runway, we’re wondering if tech-conscious gowns – which were all over yesterday’s celebrity-studded soiree – are the way of the wedding future…

From 3D printed details to LED lights, see some of the tech-savvy wedding-worthy looks worn by a few of our favorite celebs.

1. Claire Danes.

Um, hello magical, modern day Cinderella! Thanks to Zac Posen’s creative genius, the tiny illuminated lights on this gown make it glow in the dark. We’re thinking that turning your dress on for your reception would be pretty wow-worthy…

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2. Karolina Kurkova.

Karolina’s Marchesa gown literally glowed. This “cognitive dress” was embedded with LED lights that changed colors in real time as Twitter users interacted with the supermodel. Imagine a dress that lit up anytime someone used your wedding hashtag. Now that’s the future…

3. Kate Hudson.

This actress took 3D printing to the next level! Her Versace gown boasted futuristic panels and loads of cut-outs. Not only is the look totally on point, but a 3D printed dress would be perfection for a tech-loving bride.

4. Emma Watson.

Tech merged with sustainability in this stunner. If you can believe it, Emma Watson’s gorgeous Calvin Klein gown was actually made from recycled plastic bottles. Yes, eco-lovers, we now have the technology to turn one bride’s trash into another bride’s treasure!

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