Sexy LumiTop illuminates you in style

LumiGram_top.jpg LumiGram┬« designed a collection of illuminated, sexy tops that promise: your nights will never look the same ….

LumiGram uses Italian’s Luminex unique light emitting fabric which has as its light element fiber optics woven into conventional textiles. We have posted about Luminex here and here and here.

Unlike light sources such as LEDs or EL technology, the light coming from Luminex fabric is ‘subtle and mysterious’ with a touch of magic, creating a mystic atmosphere, at least that’s what I can imagine it will look like in action.

LumiGram_top1.jpgThe collection is called ‘LumiTops‘ and will be a ‘must have’ outfit for for Clubbing, Parties or to show off the latest innovation in fashion meets technology. They look sexy, stunning, just beautiful.

Some time ago I had the opportunity to see and touch this light fabric from Luminex on a sample patch. What I like a lot on this fabric is: the light somehow radiates, comes out of the fabric and is not like switching on a light bulb or an advertisement sign.

Sure, this fabric does not allow to show images or even change the once selected color but you get real magic into your clothing with this stuff.

The power for the magic comes from 3 AA batteries hidden in the belt. The light fabric does not heat up, can be hand washed with water up to 70 degree Celsius with natural soap.

LumiGram_shirt.jpgUnfortunately, those light emitting tops are not included in LumiGram’s online store but they do have some table clothes and bags up for sale. To get one of the LumiTops you need to get in touch with them to have one made for you.

LumiGram did not forget the other half of the population and has a sexy looking shirt for men as well in the program, again only available on special request, nothing on the online store either.

[via ShinyShiny]

4 Comments


  1. Once the fiber is charged, are the batteries required until the next time it need recharging??? Do they need to be constantly attached?
    I would like to use this fabric underwater, but obviously if the batteries are attached, it’s not a safe idea.
    Can anyone help me?

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