Aurora Borealis by Olga Noronha – Portuguese designer Olga Noronha embeds LED lights and fiber optics in her textiles.
IIMUAHII by Elena Slivnyak – Some of Elena Slivnyak's sci-fi-influenced designs were featured in Hunger Games: Mockingjay.
Future-tive Nature by Nixi Killick – According to Nixi Killick, who is based in Melbourne, her mission is to create a "global Colourtribe through techno-optimistic Imagineering and vibrant artwork."
Beautiful Monster by Paco Peregrín – It's not only designers working to push the otherworldly fashion agenda. Photographer Paco Peregrín has made a name for himself with surreal, almost supernatural style.
Nekromantik by Katarzyna Konieczka – Much of costume designer Katarzyna Konieczka is themed around the body, surgery and medical equipment.
Block Bustes by Heyniek (Niek Pulles) – Don't be fooled: There are not actually people. Niek Pulles' Foamboy monsters are used to imagine new silhouettes and shapes for the body.
Heart by Hideki Seo – This ensemble by Hideki Seo works as both a sculpture (it can support itself) and an outfit.
Volt by Robert Wun – Robert Wun's Autumn-Winter 2014 collection is a more wearable vision for the future, offering a twist on silhouettes we're already familiar with.
Only Angels have Wings by Nikoline Liv Andersen – Conceptual designer Nikoline Liv Andersen, who creates extreme textiles that somehow still look natural or hand-made, previously interned in the studio's of John Galliano and Christian Dior.
Sur la plage by Bea Szenfeld – Believe it or not, this ensemble by Bea Szenfeld is made completely out of paper. (No, it's not washable, or even wearable outside an editorial context.)