Tech can certainly be fashionable, but how about when that tech gets right into the fibers of fashion? At New York Fashion Week, designer Vivienne Tam debuted a dress emblazoned loud and proud with a QR code. The dress is part of the designer's Fall 2013 collection, which combines a pop art influence with the aesthetic of a Mao Zedong-style military jacket.
With its bold color scheme and graphic print of a joyous President Obama, the dress is certainly a refreshing look from the runway. After seeing more tech meets fashion in the world — Carrie Underwood's light show Grammy dress was one for the geek fashion books — we have to know, would you add a QR-code dress to your wardrobe?