Stories about the impact of science and technology on how we present ourselves to each other
The current state of regulation, as 1,000 new chemicals enter the U.S. market every year.
The traditional dress of Bolivia’s indigenous Aymara has gone from an object of scorn and stigma, to one of fashion phenomenon.
We aspire to be a popular avatar–like a Kardashian–more than we aspire to a prior age’s more conventional markers of achievement or beauty.
The science of fashion has become big business.
In the age of surveillance, achieving invisibility through fashion isn’t a futuristic idea–it’s already possible.
Ever since the Industrial Revolution, new materials have made fashion cycles move faster and faster.
The white coat’s role in medical history reflects the emergence of medicine as a serious scientific field.
Cotton’s time in the sun has come to an end–we need new fabrics for the world of tomorrow.
A crash course in how science and technology is changing how we express ourselves through style.
The SpongeSuit combines tech, fashion, and environmental stewardship.
Feminine bodies have long been used in the world of design and fashion to show off new innovations–can 3D printing break the mold?