The garments are designed to help the wearer keep cool in a warming world

Designer Jude Marks' blueprint for his Cüler line of clothing aims to demonstrate how the apparel of the future might need to serve dual purposes thanks to rapidly rising temperatures across the globe.

The design for the clothing line incorporates an endothermic system that absorbs heat in order to keep the wearer cool. It allows the wearer to use an interface on the front of each article of clothing to adjust his or her individual temperature settings, a customization tool that may prove useful as global warming advances.

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