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+ - Shadowplay Offers Space-Age Fashion Inspired by Hubble Photography->

fangmcgee writes: You don't have to master faster-than-light travel to gaze upon galaxies far, far away. Shadowplay NYC, an independent label based in the Big Apple, has done the legwork for you. Founded by Ximena Chouza and Ali Bennaim, two "space-obsessed" Parsons graduates, Shadowplay uses its one-of-a-kind skirts, tops, and dresses to draw distant celestial bodies into a much more personal orbit: yours. Each piece is digitally custom-printed with actual images from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, which has captured vast networks of gas clouds and star clusters tens of thousands of light years away.
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