A UK designer has teamed up with leading chemists, Professor Tony Ryan and Professor Helen Storey to create a strange fashion that is also sustainable; the dissolvable dress. This unique look at strange fashion and sustainability is meant to demonstrate society's needless consumption and apt to throw things way without a second thought. Termed the Wonderland Project, this unique sustainable fashion not only creates environmental awareness; it's a well designed piece fit for the fashion runways. Wearers beware; hot spills might leave you overexposed (talk about wardrobe malfunction!).
Janet Jackson may have coined the term wardrobe malfunction after her (apparently) inadvertent striptease during a Super Bowl halftime performance with Justin Timberlake but lovers of this strange fashion could set new standards when it comes to wardrobe malfunctions. The strange, sustainable fashion is made from clear polymer, polyvinyl which dissolves upon contact with water. Wardrobe malfunctions aren't usual with this dissolvable dress under normal situations, since it's designed to take fashion lovers through the evening at the most sweaty parties and nightclubs; but accidental spills can certainly make the dissolvable dress more body baring, which can give the garment a whole new affect.
While the idea isn't to give fashion lovers new fashion to spruce up the bedroom, the strange dissolvable dress combined with water could definitely lead to a sexy strip tease; intentional or not.
The Wonderland Project's strange fashion creation with the dissolvable dress is an example of unique fashion item that delivers a message about sustainability.