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July 23, 2018

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Pressure-Sensing Fibers Change Color When Stretched The new material could make compression bandages more effective and easier to use, as well as provide benefits for other purposes. Read more… Building 101: How to Work With an Interior Designer Ensure the success of your renovation or new build with this guide to working with an interior designer. Read more…
Rugs and Textiles go Vertical as Wall Art As a way of bringing warmth and texture into an interior, people are increasingly likely to use a textile or rug on the wall of their home. Read more… Layered Doormats Are the Hottest Trend to Hit Your Front Door First impressions are lasting so make sure that your home's doorway is unforgettable ... in a good way. Here are 10 impactful ways to pull off this hot new home decor trend. Read more…
Breakthrough elastic fibre could give robots human-like nerves An incredible breakthrough in the field of electronics could not only revolutionize smart clothes, but pave the way for more human-like robots. Read more… How To Tie A Tie: 8 Knots Every Man Should Master Simple sketches are provided showing how to tie a variety of knots. Also, learn the things to consider in selecting the type knot that best for your purpose. Read more…
These are the worst interior design trends of the past 50 years Toilet rugs, taxidermy and avocado bathrooms have been named the worst interior design trends of the last half of a century. But do you agree? Read more… Could yak wool be the new cashmere? Mongolia is a leading supplier of cashmere, which is made from goat hair. But goats' destructive grazing habits are damaging the country's land. Read more…
The Future Is Knit: Why the Ancient Art of Knitting Is High-Tech Again Whole garment knitting opens the door to far more futuristic applications, like jackets that warm and cool you as needed or shirts that measure your heart rate. Read more… Siren unveils new diabetic sock and foot monitoring system Siren Diabetic Socks continuously monitor foot temperature to detect signs of inflammation, the precursor to diabetic foot ulcers. Read more…
Your dress's 'fake pockets' might actually be real — here's how to open them It turns out plenty of pockets are actually just sewn shut. And they're waiting for you to open them. Read more… Think Tank: Welcome to Fashion’s Eco-Label Jungle Given the ambiguity and confusion, it might be beneficial to share a short list of the “best in class” labels that you can trust, explained in a simple and accessible way. Read more…
10 Sofas Styles to Fit Every Type of Decor and Lifestyle As with any major furniture purchase, it’s best to plan before you head for the store to buy a sofa. Read more… These '50s Fashion Trends Are Way More Relevant Than You Think With its abundance of style icons—think Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor—the ’50s gave us plenty to be greatful for on the fashion front. Read more…
Ancient textiles reveal differences in Mediterranean fabrics in the 1st millennium BC Textiles represent one of the earliest human craft technologies and applied arts. Read more… The Chicest Way To Tie a Scarf On Your Head To show you just how straightforward it is to tie a scarf on your head, see this two-step how-to guide so you can get the look. Read more…

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