11/1/2014 0 Comments
By Lakshini Mendis
1. The Marionette = grad-student on a string
Inspired by the work done by the movement neuroscience lab, this costume is made out of old participant recruitment posters and electrodes, complete with a TMS-coil-like head accessory! Think it’s time your supervisor frees you too?
Design/model: Jennifer Chin (Fashionomics 2014, Queenstown Research Week)
Every diploid cell has two copies of the same gene. So, grab your best mate, get garbed in some denim, and you could be a gene-pair too!
Design/model: Frances Sutton (and friend)
3. Pumpkin π
Design/model: Jacqlin A
Idea: Priyesha Mendis
5. Fifty Shades of Gloves
It’s time to pay homage to the humble glove - a staple of lab fashion!
Design: Jenny McShane (Fashionomics 2014, Queenstown Research Week, NZ)
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