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The second instalment of our series exploring clothing embedded with all sorts of wonderful technical enhancements… how could we resist?

As I’m sure you all know, here at Don’t Panic we’re pretty big fans of style. Style is great. Fashion is great. Lusting after designer gear that we know we’ll never really be able to afford is great. We also love technology. Robots are cool. Gadgets are cool. Even nifty little smartphone apps that let us put cat faces on things are cool.

So, you can imagine our excitement when we get the chance to write about something as interesting as tech-clever clothing. After all, apparel that enhances your day-to-day with clever gizmos and wiring – while still looking fahbulous – really can’t be beat. Here are the latest sartorial must-haves from the world of tomorrow (brought to you today). Read the rest of this entry


It’s a fact: we’re all getting smarter – and so are our clothes. Find out how to really stand out in the crowd with our fabulous tech-embedded fashion tips.

We’ve all heard about making fashion work for you – but how about making it really work for you? These days, with phones, TVs and even microwaves now doing anything and everything but facilitating space travel for the everyday citizen (and hey, it might still happen), it’s time to suit up with the latest and greatest in designer technology, and get clever with your clothes. The future is now! Read the rest of this entry


Ever dreamed of wearing a GIF T-Shirt – IRL? How about a jumper that can ‘reblog’ images? Well, wearable technology is becoming a reality – the future is now! It’s time to cast your old (BORING) non-tech clothes aside, and get ready to make 2k12 style history with your very own future threadz!

Okay, so the phrase ‘wearable technology’ might initially conjure up images of clunky cyborg armour and hover boots, but trust us, there are now all sorts of ways being developed to give clothes that ultra-tech edge – as style meets science, smart garms are no longer a sci-fi nerd’s pipe dream! Read the rest of this entry