However, there do exist some true visionaries who understand the subtle ways in which technology will shape the future of fashion. Designers who aim to combine modern engineering and seamless design into beautiful products.

  

 

CEAM offers the unique combination of stripped-down, elegant style, and the practical durability of its hydrophobic fiber. This mixture of form and fashion has garnered attention from the fashion world.

From an engineering standpoint, Ceam’s breakthrough comes by utilizing cotton produced by their partner company, Dropel Fabrics. Dropel fabrics treats cotton using nanotechnology in order to make the classic cloth completley hydrophobic while allowing to maintain its breathability and soft hand.

Boasting the non-harmful aspects of the treatment, Dropel Fabric states their cotton is ISO Certified, PFOS-free, and PFOA-free. Each garment stays hydrophobic for an average of 15-20 washes.

 

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The merging of fashion and technology has served as a siren song to many a designer. Alluring yet dangerous, if done incorrectly the union can form techwear atrocities. We’ve all seen them, clunky smart garments and over-engineered polymer blends—items that seem to be designed solely for the purpose of justifying their inflated price point.

Innovative fabric is only one part of the equation. The true versatility of Ceam Cloth comes from it’s modern line of everyday essentials. Timeless choices such as Harrington Jackets, buttoned shirts, and raincoats are all updated with contemporary cuts guided by the visionary eye of Kajiura.

A clothing line that truly can be worn everywhere and anywhere. Work and play, Timeless design, and modern engineering -- Ceam Cloth has merged fashion and technology so seamlessly one might not even notice the groundbreaking innovation  that is unless a cup of coffee is spilled before a meeting, in which case you’ll be loving your CEAM Cloth.

Ceam has reached its Kickstarter goal of $10,000 and is shipping out their first round of product in October. Learn more about them on their Kickstarter page and at ceam.jp

How Hydrophobic Nanotechnology Is Transforming Fashion​

One of these visionaries is Shimpei Kajiura, and his line of hydrophobic essentials, CEAM Cloth, aims to be the next evolution is work-to-play streetwear.​

 

CEAM

 

CEAM offers the unique combination of stripped-down, elegant style, and the practical durability of its hydrophobic fiber. This mixture of form and fashion has garnered attention from the fashion world.

One of these visionaries is Shimpei Kajiura, and his line of hydrophobic essentials, CEAM Cloth, aims to be the next evolution is work-to-play streetwear.

However, there do exist some true visionaries who understand the subtle ways in which technology will shape the future of fashion. Designers who aim to combine modern engineering and seamless design into beautiful products.

 

 

How Hydrophobic Nanotechnology Is Transforming Fashion

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How Hydrophobic Nanotech Is Transforming Fashion

The merging of fashion and technology has served as a siren song to many a designer. Alluring yet dangerous, if done incorrectly the union can form techwear atrocities. We’ve all seen them, clunky smart garments and over-engineered polymer blends—items that seem to be designed solely for the purpose of justifying their inflated price point.