There are days so scorchingly hot that it seems like a good idea to wrap one’s self in ice. Well, scientists have made the next best thing: plastic clothing to keep you cool and ward off the sweaty armpits for the entire day. A team of researchers from Stanford University found that polyethylene -- known to be the most common plastic in the planet -- is an effective textile material in beating the heat.
A PETA investigation has revealed the dark secret behind South Africa's luxury bag industry, showing how juvenile ostriches are sacrificed in the process.
Get a nonleather bag and save the wild elephants of Africa.
An artist born in Jerusalem tries to immortalize the Dead Sea with her mystifying works of art.
Imagine a world where your torn clothes could fix themselves without the need to sew them. Now, it's possible. A team of scientists has created a self-healing textile using a special liquid.
Fast fashion and our never satisfied culture of consumption are detrimental to the environment.
In a quest to address the common travel dilemma of language barriers miscommunication, a team of Swiss designers have created an item of clothing that speaks for itself.
Called the Lokai bracelet, it looks just like a typical bracelet with expandable soft beads. But what makes it different is that the makers claim that it contains water from Mt. Everest and mud from the Dead Sea.