The scientists from London have presented a dress made on the basis of nanotechnology. In their opinion, such clothes clear the air by removing harmful substances.
The dress of the future has been developed by Professor Helen Storey from London College of Fashion and the scientist Tony Ryan from Sheffield University. The dress does not seem to have any visible differences from its catwalk counterparts, but there are some important scientific processes at the molecular level. Under the chiffon, there is a photocatalyst which destroys air pollutants using solar light. If the contaminants touch the clothes, the dress will destroy them.
Any remaining substances will be washed away from the dress during the very next wash. This design is truly for eco-fans.
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