Spray-On Fabric Clothing Gets Closer to Reality With Fabrican

by Karl Utermohlen | November 14, 2013 2:32 pm

Fabrican is revolutionizing the fashion industry with spray-on fabric that can be applied directly onto a person’s body.

Spanish designer Manel Torres first patented the idea in 2000 and he’s coming close to perfecting it with his company Fabrican, according to Springwise[1]. The spray is made up of a combination of short fibers, a solvent and polymers applied that can be onto a person’s skin to make all sorts of outfits with.

People can use the Fabrican product to create all sorts of garments and they can determine the thickness of them by choosing how many layers to spray. The material can be fitted, cut into any shape and worn again by the owner. The unique outfits can even be passed through a washer before wearing them again.

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