As our reality continues to blend with science fiction on a daily basis, fashion is left at a crossroads: either we end up wearing less or the clothes we use everyday blends with the gadgets we use everyday. The new line from Acronym, a future-clothes fashion project, belongs to the latter. The guy pictured belows looks like he’s glowering for no reason. Actually he’s 1/2 of the design duo behind these new clothes sporting a newfangfled ninja jacket.
He’s Errolson Hugh and together with collaborator Michael Sachenbacher, they’ve spent most of the last several years designing the stuff we’ll wear before the singularity hits us. With Acronym, it’s more like Singularity lite.
Not to spoil the accompanying visuals, but what the Acronym guys (Errolson in particular) are showcasing are a line of jackets that have modular features. Even though they look like regular jackets, they come with cryptic letters and numbers combination names and conceal lots of pockets for different types of, well, things.
Also included is this really cool vest that can be folded small enough to fit inside a small pouch or a pocket.
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