Daan Roseegaarde

Don't worry if flirting isn't your strong point — fashion has a solution for you in this dress.

Created by Dutch designer Daan Roosengaarde, the Intimacy 2.0 dress turns transparent when the wearer's heart rate increases. This occurs thanks to electronic foils embedded around the bust area. These tiny sensors detect changes in the wearer’s body temperature and heart rate that transform the fake leather material into clear plastic. Voila! Your target will instantly know how bad you want them.

If you want to wear it again the next day you can—it turns back to normal when the attraction wears off, or, rather, when your heart rate goes back down. The design comes in an option of white and black fake leather material.


Roosengaarde's invention has already won the Dutch Design Award and China’s Most Successful Award. Although it’s not available to the public yet, we're pretty sure it'll at least shake up nightlife.

Born and raised in Spain, Lara is a digital producer and writer for Fusion — covering stories in culture and technology as well as in-depth environmental issues across the globe.