Eco Clothes That Shed A Layer To Clean Themselves

Eco Clothes That Shed A Layer To Clean Themselves
Design

Katie Ledger conceptualizes garments with layers that molt without the need for laundering.

Emma Hutchings
  • 24 january 2012

London College of Art student Katie Ledger has conceptualized ‘Shed Me Clothes‘, a creative approach to reducing water and energy usage with the benefit of adding variety to your wardrobe. The layers of these sustainable garments molt, similar to how a snake sheds its skin, avoiding the need for frequent laundering and providing a different color or style underneath.

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