#techstyle at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), examines how the synergy between fashion and technology is not only changing design and manufacturing, but also the way people interact with their clothes. On view March 6–July 10, 2016 in the Henry and Lois Foster Gallery, the exhibition—the MFA’s first to include a hashtag in the title—focuses on cutting edge high-tech fashion with commissions created by Hussein Chalayan, London-based CuteCircuit and Somerville-based Nervous System. The specially commissioned CuteCircuit MFA Dress allows anyone to #tweetthedress, and see their message scroll across the garment’s 10,000 MicroLEDs. Presenting thirty emerging and established designers, including Alexander McQueen, VIKTOR&ROLF Haute Couture, Iris van Herpen, Ralph Lauren and Francis Bitonti, #techstyle features more than sixty objects, including fashion, accessories, photography and video. Multimedia installations capture live fashion shows, the 3D printing process and striking visuals of the garments in action—from the ballet to the runway—underscoring the importance of digital media in today’s fashion world.