A unique dress, which allows wearers to partly color it as per their desire has been showcased by Dutch designers.
The "Color-In" dress is available in a black and white geometric pattern.
It has a box of multicoloured fabric markers that owners use to draw all over the shift.
"The concept of the dresses make it possible that the cloth is partly designed by the person who wears it, which hopefully makes them more valuable to the wearer," the New York Daily News quoted Berber Soepboer as stating on her Web site.
She added: "When clothes are cared for, people tend to wear it longer."
Berber revealed that a famous Dutch textile factory, "De Ploeg", inspired her and her partner Michiel Schuurman to develop coloring-book inspired fashion.
She added: "Because the print is so flexible you can make many different designs by coloring it. Everybody can interpret the print the way they like it best."
The sleeveless garment falling just above the knees is available in four sizes.
It is priced at 341 dollars and can be bought online at berbersoepboer.nl.