Smart clothing becomes real

Jeans Levi’s Commuter: water and coffee repellent

Levi's jeansThe line of Levi’s Commuter, according to the manufacturer, greatly facilitates the ever busy and hurrying the citizens living in the big city: in the women’s and men’s jeans, parks, shirts and jackets, you can hurry to spill coffee from a paper cup to take away, and they at the same time there will be nothing – even spots left. Clothing has proven experience in the water-repellent properties. One problem: jeans without spots can be forgotten in time to wash, but it is still not good.

Umbrella Senz Umbrellas: resistance to hurricane winds

Smart umbrellaModel weird asymmetric shape at first glance looks faulty, but it is a big mistake: the founder of the brand Senz Umbrellas Gervin Hogendoorn initiated experiments in a wind tunnel in order to create the perfect umbrella, able to withstand any wind forces. As often happens, the reason for the flight of scientific and engineering thought was a simple pragmatic: once the wind broke the week three common umbrella Gervin, and he decided that this needed to do something. According to the manufacturer, even a tropical squall with a speed of 80 kilometers per hour will turn not Senz Umbrellas and not break his spokes. In the experiment, of course, it’s better not to check – just the usual wind.

Top sconces AIRism, Uniqlo: shirt, bra and  lotion repealing

Smart Bra + LotionThe Japanese company has decided to bring the idea of ​​inexpensive and practical laundry to perfection (or to an absurdity), connecting in series AIRism top and bra cups. The girl has not necessarily wear a bra under tops and worry excessively if not top it clings. Not only that – it is possible and body lotion not to use: clothing fibers impregnated women’s collection moisturizer. How many washes it enough – is unknown. But prices have affordable range, you can always buy a new top, and put in the old store: Uniqlo organizes the collection of used clothing for charitable purposes.

Shoes Orson Lace, Clarks: water shoes with a function of auto – pour out

Smart shoes from ClarksBrand shoes Clarks collaborate yacht manufacturer Musto clothes and came up with shoes that are not only non-slip or on the deck of a boat, or in the city thanks to wear-resistant soles dirt Rock, not only massages the foot of the wearer special insole with balls Atsu, but can do little to pour out its water. Aqua DX design allows to expel fluid from the holes in the shoe heel portion of the insole, and then in the lateral openings of the sole. Water is sprayed into the hand, it does not form puddles under the outsole – slip becomes more difficult.

Backpack Isar Twin Touch Memory Tech, Côte & Ciel: variable geometry “body”

Smart bagBrand was founded in 2008 and is based in Paris hipster Marais. Style – deconstruction half with practicality: the brand began with the creation of accessories for the Apple gadgets and collaboration with Damir House continued joint collection with Comme des Garçons, Mykita, Beams, 10 Corso Como and Attachment. The model looks quite urbanistichno, but thanks to Adaptive belts able to expand and accommodate a range of things for a trip to the sea “savage.” Short, but still.

8 Jacket Rain Jacket 1 Reflective, GJO.E: Salvation cyclists from drivers

preview_0f2df4ab7ad62cad7a0bad313fb8d202Development of Russian designers, taking into account not yet fully established cycling culture in Russia. Mark Grunge John Orchestra. Explosion (GJO.E) with the participation of the creative team came up with Brandshop store easily and fully reflective jacket that helps prevent the impact of practically any driver on almost any cyclist arbitrarily dark night in the Russian off-road conditions. But it is better not to tempt fate and go on lighted trails to bike path.

Self-Washing Tyde Shirt

College kids who never do laundry is kind of a cliché in modern youth culture, but generations of parents can confirm this is absolutely true. This is why Tide created a series of clever self-washing shirts.

Tyde Shirt

The special promotional shirts feature a humorous theme representing crying mothers lost in despair. All of the illustrated mothers are surrounded by tears – tears that were caused by their dirty-shirted children. But those tears are more than they appear to be – they are actually tiny deposits of laundry detergent inside the t-Shirt. When the shirt comes out, it is clean and the “mother’s tears” are gone. The shirt is a totally gorgeous idea, but to be of any real use to college students it would need to be loaded with about a year’s worth of detergent.

Traditional Significance of Color in Clothes

People most likely feel good when they wear your favorite color. It is important to know that any color of the dress can send particular messages. Today we will talk about the history and meaning of pink and white color in various cultures.

girls pink One of the most common examples of color symbolism in clothing is the custom of using pink for girls and blue for boys. This tradition emerged in 1921, when the Women’s Institute for Domestic Science in Pennsylvania endorsed pink for boys, blue for girls. However the situation differs depending on the culture and historical origin.  Pink, for example is a very masculine color in Bermuda. Also, British bankers and barristers have worn pink shirts for decades and it also goes in and out of fashion in other parts of the world.

White is the traditional color for a bride’s wedding gown in the United States and most European cultures. This color symbolizes purity and innocence. However in Asia, white is the color of death. This arises from the faith that death is seen as a beginning and that white represents the purity that the deceased brings into the next life. This is why the brides in Japan and China wear red in traditional wedding ceremonies. White is also associated with death in India, where widows wear white.

red bride china

Saint Patricks Fashion

Getting dressed for St. Patrick’s Day might mean putting on shamrock-printed shorts or green colored dresses. Celebrating in style doesn’t mean you can’t kick back with a green beer and watch the parade. To prove this point, fashion specialists handpicked several green pieces that are entirely festive but not exclusive to the holiday.

Green jacket Green skirt Green Combo Green blouse Green Skirt Long

Top Ten Clothing Brands

1.Clandestine Industries
Clandestine Industries was conceived in 2004 by Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz, utilizing the moniker to publish his first fictional book, “The Boy With A Thorn In His Side.” Inspired by the nightmares of a young Pete Wentz, the book’s success inspired him to expand his creative vision into a clothing line, which would draw influence from all of Pete’s pop culture influences and experiences.
2.Volcom
Volcom is a clothing manufacturer. Based in Costa Mesa, California, it was founded in 1991 by Richard “Wooly” Woolcott and Tucker “T-Dawg” Hall. The company caters to the surfing, skateboarding, and snowboarding markets, born out of the founders’ own experiences with these sports. In April 2005, the Company changed its name to Volcom, Inc.
3.Gucci
The House of Gucci, better known simply as Gucci, is an iconic florentine and Italian fashion and leather goods label. It was founded by Guccio Gucci (1869 – 1953) in Florence in 1921.[1] Gucci is considered one of the most famous, prestigious, and easily recognizable fashion brands in the world.
4.Billabong
Billabong is a clothing brand and public company (ASX: BBG) traded on the Australian Securities Exchange (as Billabong International) since August 11 2000. Billabong was founded in 1973 by Gordon and Rena Merchant.
5.Prada
is an Italian fashion label specializing in luxury goods for men and women (ready-to-wear, leather accessories, shoes, and luggage and hats), founded by Mario Prada (not to be confused with Agatha Ruiz de la Prada). Prada is considered one of the most influential clothing designers in the fashion industry
6.Lacoste
Lacoste is headquartered in Paris. Lacoste currently has its production capital in Troyes, France, though they delegate production of international clothing to numerous factories in over 12 countries around the world.
7.Armani
is an Italian fashion company. The company designs and manufactures products in several categories including fashion accessories, apparel, cosmetics, fragrances, home interiors, jewellery, eyewear and watches under several labels including Giorgio Armani, Armani Collezioni, Emporio Armani, Armani Jeans, Armani Junior, Armani Exchange, and Armani Casa.
8.Guess
is an American name-brand clothing line. Guess also markets other fashion accessories besides clothes, such as watches and jewelry. They also own the line Marciano.
9.Ben Sherman
Ben Sherman is a British clothing company, producing shirts, suits, shoes, accessories and other items.
10.D&G
Dolce&Gabbana (spelled without spaces, unlike the name of the company) specializes in expensive luxury items, is influenced more by designers and is more formal and ‘timeless’, responding to long-term trends rather than seasonal changes.

Clandestine Industries1.Clandestine Industries

Clandestine Industries was conceived in 2004 by Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz, utilizing the moniker to publish his first fictional book, “The Boy With A Thorn In His Side.” Inspired by the nightmares of a young Pete Wentz, the book’s success inspired him to expand his creative vision into a clothing line, which would draw influence from all of Pete’s pop culture influences and experiences.

volcom

2.Volcom

Volcom is a clothing manufacturer. Based in Costa Mesa, California, it was founded in 1991 by Richard “Wooly” Woolcott and Tucker “T-Dawg” Hall. The company caters to the surfing, skateboarding, and snowboarding markets, born out of the founders’ own experiences with these sports. In April 2005, the Company changed its name to Volcom, Inc.

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3.Gucci

The House of Gucci, better known simply as Gucci, is an iconic florentine and Italian fashion and leather goods label. It was founded by Guccio Gucci (1869 – 1953) in Florence in 1921.[1] Gucci is considered one of the most famous, prestigious, and easily recognizable fashion brands in the world.

billabong-logo

4.Billabong

Billabong is a clothing brand and public company (ASX: BBG) traded on the Australian Securities Exchange (as Billabong International) since August 11 2000. Billabong was founded in 1973 by Gordon and Rena Merchant.

prada_logo1

5.Prada

is an Italian fashion label specializing in luxury goods for men and women (ready-to-wear, leather accessories, shoes, and luggage and hats), founded by Mario Prada (not to be confused with Agatha Ruiz de la Prada). Prada is considered one of the most influential clothing designers in the fashion industry

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6.Lacoste

Lacoste is headquartered in Paris. Lacoste currently has its production capital in Troyes, France, though they delegate production of international clothing to numerous factories in over 12 countries around the world.

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7.Armani

is an Italian fashion company. The company designs and manufactures products in several categories including fashion accessories, apparel, cosmetics, fragrances, home interiors, jewellery, eyewear and watches under several labels including Giorgio Armani, Armani Collezioni, Emporio Armani, Armani Jeans, Armani Junior, Armani Exchange, and Armani Casa.

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8.Guess

is an American name-brand clothing line. Guess also markets other fashion accessories besides clothes, such as watches and jewelry. They also own the line Marciano.

BenShermanBook

9.Ben Sherman

Ben Sherman is a British clothing company, producing shirts, suits, shoes, accessories and other items.

D&G-logo

10.D&G

Dolce&Gabbana (spelled without spaces, unlike the name of the company) specializes in expensive luxury items, is influenced more by designers and is more formal and ‘timeless’, responding to long-term trends rather than seasonal changes.

Top Ten Clothing Brands

1.Clandestine Industries
Clandestine Industries was conceived in 2004 by Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz, utilizing the moniker to publish his first fictional book, “The Boy With A Thorn In His Side.” Inspired by the nightmares of a young Pete Wentz, the book’s success inspired him to expand his creative vision into a clothing line, which would draw influence from all of Pete’s pop culture influences and experiences.
2.Volcom
Volcom is a clothing manufacturer. Based in Costa Mesa, California, it was founded in 1991 by Richard “Wooly” Woolcott and Tucker “T-Dawg” Hall. The company caters to the surfing, skateboarding, and snowboarding markets, born out of the founders’ own experiences with these sports. In April 2005, the Company changed its name to Volcom, Inc.
3.Gucci
The House of Gucci, better known simply as Gucci, is an iconic florentine and Italian fashion and leather goods label. It was founded by Guccio Gucci (1869 – 1953) in Florence in 1921.[1] Gucci is considered one of the most famous, prestigious, and easily recognizable fashion brands in the world.
4.Billabong
Billabong is a clothing brand and public company (ASX: BBG) traded on the Australian Securities Exchange (as Billabong International) since August 11 2000. Billabong was founded in 1973 by Gordon and Rena Merchant.
5.Prada
is an Italian fashion label specializing in luxury goods for men and women (ready-to-wear, leather accessories, shoes, and luggage and hats), founded by Mario Prada (not to be confused with Agatha Ruiz de la Prada). Prada is considered one of the most influential clothing designers in the fashion industry
6.Lacoste
Lacoste is headquartered in Paris. Lacoste currently has its production capital in Troyes, France, though they delegate production of international clothing to numerous factories in over 12 countries around the world.
7.Armani
is an Italian fashion company. The company designs and manufactures products in several categories including fashion accessories, apparel, cosmetics, fragrances, home interiors, jewellery, eyewear and watches under several labels including Giorgio Armani, Armani Collezioni, Emporio Armani, Armani Jeans, Armani Junior, Armani Exchange, and Armani Casa.
8.Guess
is an American name-brand clothing line. Guess also markets other fashion accessories besides clothes, such as watches and jewelry. They also own the line Marciano.
9.Ben Sherman
Ben Sherman is a British clothing company, producing shirts, suits, shoes, accessories and other items.
10.D&G
Dolce&Gabbana (spelled without spaces, unlike the name of the company) specializes in expensive luxury items, is influenced more by designers and is more formal and ‘timeless’, responding to long-term trends rather than seasonal changes.

Clandestine Industries1.Clandestine Industries

Clandestine Industries was conceived in 2004 by Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz, utilizing the moniker to publish his first fictional book, “The Boy With A Thorn In His Side.” Inspired by the nightmares of a young Pete Wentz, the book’s success inspired him to expand his creative vision into a clothing line, which would draw influence from all of Pete’s pop culture influences and experiences.

volcom

2.Volcom

Volcom is a clothing manufacturer. Based in Costa Mesa, California, it was founded in 1991 by Richard “Wooly” Woolcott and Tucker “T-Dawg” Hall. The company caters to the surfing, skateboarding, and snowboarding markets, born out of the founders’ own experiences with these sports. In April 2005, the Company changed its name to Volcom, Inc.

gucci_logo

3.Gucci

The House of Gucci, better known simply as Gucci, is an iconic florentine and Italian fashion and leather goods label. It was founded by Guccio Gucci (1869 – 1953) in Florence in 1921.[1] Gucci is considered one of the most famous, prestigious, and easily recognizable fashion brands in the world.

billabong-logo

4.Billabong

Billabong is a clothing brand and public company (ASX: BBG) traded on the Australian Securities Exchange (as Billabong International) since August 11 2000. Billabong was founded in 1973 by Gordon and Rena Merchant.

prada_logo1

5.Prada

is an Italian fashion label specializing in luxury goods for men and women (ready-to-wear, leather accessories, shoes, and luggage and hats), founded by Mario Prada (not to be confused with Agatha Ruiz de la Prada). Prada is considered one of the most influential clothing designers in the fashion industry

lacoste-iphone-wallpaper

6.Lacoste

Lacoste is headquartered in Paris. Lacoste currently has its production capital in Troyes, France, though they delegate production of international clothing to numerous factories in over 12 countries around the world.

armani-logo

7.Armani

is an Italian fashion company. The company designs and manufactures products in several categories including fashion accessories, apparel, cosmetics, fragrances, home interiors, jewellery, eyewear and watches under several labels including Giorgio Armani, Armani Collezioni, Emporio Armani, Armani Jeans, Armani Junior, Armani Exchange, and Armani Casa.

guess-jean-logo

8.Guess

is an American name-brand clothing line. Guess also markets other fashion accessories besides clothes, such as watches and jewelry. They also own the line Marciano.

BenShermanBook

9.Ben Sherman

Ben Sherman is a British clothing company, producing shirts, suits, shoes, accessories and other items.

D&G-logo

10.D&G

Dolce&Gabbana (spelled without spaces, unlike the name of the company) specializes in expensive luxury items, is influenced more by designers and is more formal and ‘timeless’, responding to long-term trends rather than seasonal changes.