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The Costume Institute's latest exhibit, Manus x Machina: Fashion in the Age of Technology, celebrates the marriage between human handiwork (manus) and machine (machina) in fashion. And now that the Met Gala has come and gone, all eyes all on the dresses that were designed by hand, laser, or from the likes of Christian Dior, Lanvin, and Yves Saint Laurent that are on display in the exhibit.
Looking to capture that feeling outside of the Metropolitan Museum of Art? Manus x Machina isn't the only place where fashion collides with technology in New York City. Below we've mapped out places where you can score fabulous tech-savvy apparel and accessories, from jeans that will charge your iPhone while you wear them to a South Soho storefront that will 3D print basically anything you want — yourself especially.Read More