First photo of James Webb turned into a galactic dress

The clearest and most detailed image of the deep Universe, taken by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), was published on July 12, 2022. The image, named First Deep Field, depicts a scene filled with the oldest galaxies that scientists have ever seen. Now this innovative image has been noted in fashion.

First Deep Field dress by Svaha USA

The full-color infrared photo of First Deep Field instantly became the most beloved image for many around the world. This photo is literally a “time machine” of the early Universe. In particular, the galaxy cluster SMACS 0723 stands out. Its irregular shiny galaxies form a fascinating work of art, which the fashion brand Svaha has turned into a magnificent galactic dress. To accurately replicate these clear details and authentic proportions, the popular JWST image was digitally printed on the fabric of the dress. Its style includes short sleeves and a knee-length flared skirt with pockets sewn at the waist for practicality.

First Deep Field Top from Svaha USA
Svaha fashion brand dress with First Deep Field print by James Webb. Photo: Svaha USA

The dress was sewn as part of a new collection on the theme of JWST, combining two passions — science and clothing. In addition to the dress, the fashion brand also presented a top and a cardigan. The cotton material of each of these collection items is completely covered with a NASA image representing only a small particle of space in interesting details. Each item of the First Deep Field clothing collection is available in sizes from XS to 5XL. Available for pre-order on the Svaha USA website, the price of the dress is $79.99, and the cheaper top and cardigan are on sale for $44.99 apiece. 

First Deep Field Cardigan from Svaha USA

Earlier we talked about how Buzz Aldrin’s jacket from the Apollo 11 mission was estimated at $ 2 million.

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