27 Jun '12, 6pm

Do you clothes change color in response to environmental condition? These dresses do

Do you clothes change color in response to environmental condition? These dresses do

have significantly reduced emissions of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide over the past 30 years, acid rain remains a threat to public health. “Fashion has a direct link to the environment,” Sun tells Ecouterre. “My garments are pH indicators, which is hypersensitive for pH, by changing its colour as soon as it is rained on. I wanted to embody environmental attention and responsibility in a poetic collection that has fashionable and sophisticated details.”

Full article: http://www.ecouterre.com/dahea-suns-cabbage-dyed-dresses-...

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