The garment you can see above is a 3-D printed dress, made by design studio Nervous System. It's one of the first to be made on Nervous System's Kinematics system, software which can create complex structures composed of articulated modules. What that means is a 3-D printed dress that requires no assembly: take the pile of plastic out of the printer, wash it off, unfurl it, and you've got a dress. Of sorts.
Two of Scotland's iconic brands - Johnnie Walker Black Label and Harris Tweed Hebrides - have collaborated to create a 'fabric of flavour', where the material smells of whisky. The aroma will even be able to withstand dry cleaning. The tweed is said to have key notes of 'rich malt, golden vanilla, red fruit and the trademark dark chocolate tones.'