Gallery: Dahea Sun’s Cabbage-Dyed Dresses Change Color to Indicate Rain’s...

"Fashion has a direct link to the environment," Sun tells Ecouterre. "My garments are pH indicators, which is hypersensitive for pH, by changing its colour as soon as it is rained on. I wanted to embody environmental attention and responsibility in a poetic collection that has fashionable and sophisticated details."

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One Response to “Dahea Sun’s Cabbage-Dyed Dresses Change Color to Indicate Rain’s pH”

  1. Fashionotes says:

    What an amazing idea! I love the combination of fashion insight and environmental concern. Truly inspirational!

    Caitie at

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