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Could The Spray-cloth Be The Future Of Fashion?

And would you be willing to give it a shot?
Could The Spray-cloth Be The Future Of Fashion? And would you be willing to give it a shot?

Imagine how much easier life would be if all our clothes could be fitted into tiny spray-cans. Lots of closet space, quick solution to fashion emergencies, instant change of clothes, and the simple fact that it would be freakishly awesome can make us grin with joy from the mere thought of it. But what if we tell you that the future of fashion is beginning and that such a product exists? Last year, we came across this video where Spanish fashion designer Manel Torres and Engineer Paul Luckham introduce us to the world’s first spray-cloth. 

Could this be true? Only time will tell. But as seen in the video, you simply spray the contents of the can directly onto your body, wait for it to dry and voila! You get a washable and reusable shirt. To top it off, if you’re not satisfied, you can even recycle by dissolving it with the same solvent and re-spraying it! Quite cool, huh? The cloth has been said to contain special fibers mixed with polymers to make the finished product both wearable and durable. We wonder what other designers have to say about this.

The invention is the beginning of a new age for fashion and science, and while it can only create basic shirts for now, we’re pretty sure more amazing inventions will follow suit. But while we’re still waiting for the wonder-product to hit the world market, we want to know if you would be willing to invest in one. 

Source: awareness-time.com and Youtube

Of course! It’s way too cool. I like my basics so this would really be perfect for me.
Perhaps, I'll give it a shot. I like to experiment with fashion but I'm not sure this one would be a good investment.
No. Nothing beats the kick I get from shopping—strolling around the mall, fitting, picking colors, and everything in between. Plus, I'd rather look forward to what my favorite designers have for their next collections.