When environmental science, data and fashion meet...
The British Antarctic Survey have been working with usto explore how clothing could communicate important environmental messages in style, developing new dialogue and engaging people in this important conversation.
Our understanding of DNA and the ability to sequence large data sets quickly has delivered a way to combat Coronavirus, creating vaccines in an incredibly quick time. We are proud to have designed a shirt that celebrates this incredible code and the achievements of those involved.
12 months ago we revealed the CashCuff, our vision for wearable payment utility with cash at hand whenever you need it. Fast forward 12 months and today, amid the COVID-19 pandemic and 'lockdown living' it feels like the CashCuff is well placed to provide the contactless payments in our new normal.
The Cash Cuff™ is a new concept from DressCode Shirts. Imagine paying for things using the shirt that you're wearing - no wallet, no devices and no need for physical cash. This is what the CashCuff™ is all about. Controlled via a online app, it's the future of payments.
Everything about the University Arms is visually impressive, from the outside it’s classic Georgian architecture through and through, big multi-paneled windows, extravagant proportions, stone columns and doors tall enough for the BFG to walk straight in. We went for dinner and this is what we discovered.
There's lots of stuff happening at DressCode at the moment, we're thrilled to have been included in NewinCambridge over the weekend, we're at PechaKucha Cambridge tomorrow and Drive Bedford on Thursday.