Only not so long since the portal of Style-Fashion said to you about very ambiguous project – necklaces from human hair, and we thought that business and will be limited to it. As these necklaces were not so much fashionable accessories, how many the scientific project studying human reactions.
Well, prepare and inhale more deeply: the British experimental design workshop of Studio Swine prepared for us shocking surprise. Investigating potential of human hair for the prestigious industry, inventive designers developed biodecomposed spectacle frames from special plastic with inclusion of hair.
According to designers Azus Murakami and Alexander Grovsa, Great Britain imports a large quantity of natural hair of times a year, at all this the total cost of deliveries surpasses 15 million pounds sterling, and hair generally go on a hair extension, manufacturing of chignons and wigs. In this sense it is absolutely possible to consider human hair as a printsipny and renewable resource.
Studio Swine studies potential and new marketing courses for this material within the prestigious industry. At all this ostropopulyarny "green" movement is not forgotten also: ecologically friendly fashion now promptly grows, beginning from production of organic cotton and finishing the invention of vegansky skin.
What this revolutionary and hotly discussed collection under Hair Glasses title is? 9 frames of sunglasses of various color and style are made of special bioplastic in the course of which production are not synthesized and no harmful substances disappear. In plastic the real hair – separate hairs, plaits or even thin plaits are placed.
The type of frames is surprisingly very esthetic, and hairs seem more quick stains and inclusion of plastic of a contrast color, than a natural material. Small gilded signs of a comb on handles remind of healthy and beautiful hair and look very lovely. Frames will satisfy with the form of the most specific dandies and women of fashion.
In other words, if you have no prejudices, to try on model – other of this collection costs. Eventually, if wigs, chignons and the increased locks of hair strongly entered into our everyday use what forbids to use hair and as a part of other accessories?