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April 27, 2017


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Vancouver's Eco Fashion Week seeks ways to keep clothing from landfills Vancouver's Eco Fashion Week is putting the spotlight on the amount of clothing and textiles that are filling up city landfills. Read more… Ionic liquid melts old clothes so they can be spun into new ones Aim is to reduce environmental pollution with recycling strategies for cotton and polyester-based waste textiles. Read more…
Nike's new plus-size line offers extended sizes up (and it's really cute) Designs aren’t just proportionately larger, because everyone’s weight distribution is different. And, flattering colors are used. Read more… The 7 Summer Trends That Matter Most Who What Wear predicts what the trends will be but to prove that anyone can pull them off, and covers all the fashion you need to know for the coming months. Read more…
Introducing the World's First 3D Printer for Clothing - Creators Instead of sending raw material through factories where it undergoes numerous processing steps to create a traditional textile, it is able to be directly converted to finished goods. Read more… Introducing the little black graphene dress Science and fashion have been brought together to create the world’s most technically advanced dress, the intu Little Black Graphene Dress. Read more…
Altra IQ shoes track your running form and speed from both feet These devices track not just how far and how fast you run, but can also tell how well you run. Read more… 10 high-tech gadgets to help you get to sleep These are some of the dreamiest innovations unveiled at the recent Consumer Electronics Show in La Vegas. Read more…
Cotton coated in graphene-based ink may support a sustainable, cheap wearable The cheap, sustainable technology could find applications from healthcare to sportswear. Read more… Embedded LED lights help these gloves keep motorcyclists safer The gloves can be activated by the twist of a wrist or by the wearer touching his or her thumb and forefinger together, alerting other motorists of the intention to turn. Read more…

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