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  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Dress made of optical fiber turns heads at Met Gala

    When the terms “optical fiber” and “New York City” are used in the same sentence, images that typically come to mind are workers with hardhats, underground maintenance holes, and perhaps even riser pathways in the city’s skyscrapers. Fashion images may not immediately come to mind. But on Monday, May 2, optical fiber was on full display at the Met Gala—the annual fundraiser that benefits the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in New York City.

    That evening, actress Claire Danes donned a dress made of optical fiber that impressed the assembled crowd—and people around the world who saw it on social media. The fiber-optic dress did what optical fiber does; it carried light and, in doing so, glowed in the dark.

    Met Gala 2016: Claire Danes’s Glow-in-the-Dark Gown Upstaged a Red-Carpet Robot Army


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