An U.S.-based company Textile-Based Delivery Inc. (TexDel) has developed a method that allows active ingredients to be delivered to the body via clothing.
I have started using my new Sony A7III to take photos. I have to say, it is a huge improvement over the iPhone 6S Plus I have been using, and the Nikon DSLR I used a couple years ago.
I saw the news on Underlines Magazine and decided to share it with everyone.
Falke has released a new line of tights specifically for larger sizes.
If you have been surfing the Wolford U.K. online shop recently, you will notice that they introduced a chatbot named Sid. It is incorporated to facilitate your shopping experience. The main area of assist are finding items and customer service.
KUNERT recently released a new promotional video for their KUNERT BLUE Collection:
I have always wondered where those worn tights I threw away went to. Since they are generally made from synthetic fibres, incineration is not environmentally-friendly, and they can take up to 30-40 years to decompose when placed in a landfill. This makes tight lovers frequent polluters of planet Earth and me, the most evil of all!
Few hours ago, Selfridges London invited Wolford’s Creative Director Grit Seymour and Director of Development Andreas Rohrich to talk about technological innovation and the future of the brand. I have jotted down a few notes which you may find it interesting…