I'd seen videos where workers cut and bleached new jeans (and the laser-toting robots that will replace them) but this one shows a much more convincing method: lumpy artificial "legs" inflated under the jeans, which are then sanded for a more realistic impression of age and use.
How jeans are distressed at the sweatshop
- manual labor
Bizarre new sneaker can be worn backwards or frontwards
Brooklyn art/design collective MSCHF created these very strange sneakers above that you can wear backwards or frontwards. From HighSnobiety: It sports a wild upper that's open on both ends, allowing… READ THE REST
Dogs hit catwalk in "Furbaby Fashion Show"
The inaugural "Furbaby" fashion show in New York saw dogs hit the catwalk. The event raised money for animal welfare charities and was obviously more interesting than anything that happened… READ THE REST
Sweaters that fool facial recognition
Protect your facial biometric data with knit wear? As absurd as that sounds, designer Rachele Didero, of the Italian startup Cap_able, has patented textiles that do just that. The patterns… READ THE REST
This ergonomic, 24-inch dual-screen monitor can completely transform your workspace
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This 3-in-1 USB-C charging cable can charge your Apple device simultaneously for only $18
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Learn to develop your very own video game and enjoy an even better gaming experience with this bundle
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