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It's designed by "the next Vivienne Westwood" Lyndsey Clark for Westcoast

Last chance to bid on unique ‘tech dress’ in charity auction

Time is running out to bid on a one-of-a-kind ‘tech dress’ made out of computer gadgets and raise money for Great Ormond Street at the same time.

It’s been designed by Reading fashion designer Lyndsey Clark, who has been dubbed ‘The next Vivienne Westwood’ by Berkshire Life magazine.

The dress is part of the Accessorise with Westcoast campaign, which the distributor launched for summer/autumn 2013. It’s been made using Microsoft hardware, Fellowes Mouse Mats, a Sweex MP3 bracelet, Targus Clutch, a 3M Privacy Filter fascinator and even features a Transcend USB necklace and earrings.

Bidding starts at £100. All proceeds will go to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.

View the tech dress on eBay here

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