Monthly Archives: August 2010

CuteCircuit’s “CuteStore” is now open!

All you Fashionology lovers who want to get in on the LED action, click over to CuteCircuit’s newly opened CuteStore!

CuteCircuit is a London-based fashion company that designs fantastic wearable technology for the likes of Katy Perry and Azerbaijan’s Eurovision contestant Safura! Other famous creations include the Galaxy Dress, now on display at the  Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago and mobile phone dress.

So if you fancy lighting up your wardrobe during the ever darkening autumn season season, what better way than with a Twirkle T-Shirt…

CuteStore_twirkle t

…or a pair of Disco Leggings?


Prices range from £90 for a Twirkle T-Shirt to £160 for a Star Twirkle Dress…

CuteStore_twirkle dress

For more information about these amazing products, for both men and women, and to make a purchase, take a look at the new CuteStore now! There is currently free shipping in the UK so hurry up before they all the sizes get snapped up!


Cosmo launches 3D magazine cover featuring Cat Deeley!

I was doing my weekly shop ay Tesco last night and a flickering image caught my eye as I browsed the magazine isle. Was I deliriously hungry, or was Cat Deeley actually swishing her hair at me from the cover of Cosmo’s September issue?

You’ll be glad to hear I am not losing my mind! Cosmopolitan magazine has launched a special edition 3D magazine cover featuring a hologram of the TV presenter!

cosmo 3D cover

In celebration of her being the new face of Pantene Pro-V Aqua Light, Cosmo has released a special collectors edition of the magazine.

As you move the mag you will see Cat perform her signature hair swish –  in recognition of Pantene’s “Make a Swisssh” campaign.

Only 50,000 copies  will be distributed (via Tesco only) so if you want to own a piece of Fashionology history – Cosmo’s very first 3D fashion magazine cover – AND get your hands on the free Pantene product and £1 voucher inside, get down to you nearest Tesco ASAP!

Sony Ericsson launches X10 Mini Pro in white!

White has become the must-wear colour this summer, proof of which can be seen in the fact that the LWD (little white dress) has become the choice over the classic LBD!

little white dresses

Sony has managed to stay on top of the trend and has just announced the launch of the Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro in white.

Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro in white

This handset is petite and très chic, measuring less than 10 cm long – the perfect clutch bag size, thank you Sony. Style icon Jade Jagger has even named it on her  “white accessories wishlist”!

It is available on Google’s  Android operating system, exclusively on Three. It is a touch screen  phone but also has a full sliding QWERTY keyboard, ideal for those who like the option of both.

Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro in white

It comes with  a five megapixel camera and features Sony Ericsson Timescape™ which is basically a live feed off all your texts, emails and social media posts.

The Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro in white is  available from Three stores on The One Plan, offering 1GB of Data, 5000 texts, 2000 any network minutes, 5000 Three to Three minutes for £30 a month. See in stores for more details.

This is a very stylish phone and in the simplest way. Sony, Fashionology approves!

Fashionology footwear – elevator shoes and more 3D printing

Are you too short to reach those beautiful dresses hanging on the top rail in clothes shops?  Do you want to appear taller without having to wear heels all the time? Or maybe you are tired of craning your neck to kiss your dashingly tall boyfriend?

Well now, throw that Yellow Pages in the bin, there is a solution!

SHORT++ are interactive robotic shoes that can literally elevate you to new heights! These innovative shoes, created by Adi Marom, are controlled by an iPhone app, so with the touch of a button you can be a few inches taller! To view her videos just click the image below.

elevator shoes

They may not be the most beautiful creations, but they are a start!

My last blog post talked about 3D printing and this is going to big, you heard it here first! Students at two of Stockholm’s  most prestigious design schools have collaborated to produce the first, fully-wearable 3D printed shoes.

3d shoes

Naim Josefi of Beckmans and Souzan Youssouf of Konstfack, both designed and modelled the prototypes for Naim’s “Melonia” collection, shown during Stockholm Fashion Show earlier this year.

3D shoes

The concept is brilliant – creating artful shoes using Selective Laser Sintering.

For more information visit Naim’s homepage.