Katy Perry glows in an LED dress at the Costume Institute Gala

May 4, 2010

When Katy Perry first emerged on the red carpet in a floor-length, pale pink and white ruffled gown, she looked elegant and rather understated, considering her taste for the more eccentric fashions. But then, there was light!

Katy Perry attended the Costume Institute Gala Benefit to celebrate the opening of the American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, in an eye catching LED dress.

The concealed rows on fairy lights under the fabric of her dress caught the eye of every onlooker and the flash of every camera. The light changed from blues and greens to yellows and pinks and the posed for the press.

The gown is the handy work of CuteCircuit, a London-based company that is famous for the LED Galaxy Dress and award-winning “smart textiles”.

Via The Daily Mail

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3 Comments

  1. […] is a London-based fashion company that designs fantastic wearable technology for the likes of Katy Perry and Azerbaijan’s Eurovision contestant Safura! Other famous creations include the Galaxy […]

  2. Sophiee xx says:

    I love her dress! I’d love a toned down LED beautiful prom dress.. Katy’s so bold and elegant, but not crazy bold like Lady gaga more flirty and sweet xx

  3. […] Why CuteCircuit of course! Past CuteCircuit master pieces include the LED Galaxy Dress and the LED dress Katy wore to last year’s Met […]

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