19 May '11, 3pm

Ladies, worried about air pollution? Save yourselves with an air purifying bubble dress! (Sorry, guys.)

Ladies, worried about air pollution? Save yourselves with an air purifying bubble dress! (Sorry, guys.)

8 challenges inverted quarantine and the response to perceived toxic environments by exposing it's folly and highlighting the next trend in the green movement with an elegant dress. 8 exposes the wearer while closing her off. It glorifies the oxygen tank and is a constant reminder to the user that she is breathing clean air and to the audience that they are not. It is a catalyst for a larger conversation questioning how what we do individually influences the way we collectively solve problems and raises airwareness.

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/05/an-oxygen-tank-eq...

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