Seamless: Computational Couture at the Museum of Science

From the museum’s website: “Fashionistas and techies unite at SEAMLESS, a fashion show and celebration showcasing emerging designers from around the globe and functional creations that push the boundaries of wearable technology. The Museum transforms into a catwalk for “computational couture” as models strut groundbreaking clothing to live media performances by video artists sosolimited and guest DJs. The evening evolves into a living exhibition, where guests interact with the designers and their fashions. Co-produced by the Museum of Science; Christine Liu, co-founder of SEAMLESS and lifestyle editor at Boston’s Weekly Dig; and Amanda Parkes, design researcher in the Tangible Media Group at the MIT Media Lab.” Tickets $15 in advance; tickets go on sale January 3. More information here.