That's right. The clothes that you bought with your credit card can now be a credit card...that will buy more clothes.
Right now, Adam's collab with MasterCard features a few pieces of wearable currency, including a dress that comes in two patterns, sunglasses, gloves, earrings and a clutch. In all of these pieces, Adam is putting a mobile payment chip in the seams that is fully functional. (For MasterCard members, of course).
This totally gives a new definition to swiping.
"[MasterCard] gave me total leeway; the idea was less about a specific product than about changing how we think about paying, which is what designers need to do: Push boundaries, think about what's next." Adam told The New York Times.
"This program eliminates boundaries of how we pay by delivering a secure digital payment experience to virtually anything-rings, fitness and smart bands, car key fobs, apparel and whatever comes along next," said Ed McLaughlin, MasterCard's chief emerging payments officer.
Right now, the line is set to come out in 2016, but there isn't an exact date just yet. Bottom line: Don't cut out the plastic just yet. After all, you're going to need it to buy Adam's pieces.