Precious Surface: A Technology that Embeds 24-Karat Gold Into Fabrics

by , 07/12/13   filed under: Eco-Textiles, Fabrictionary

Precious Surface, nanotechnology, Mi Piaci, Italy, Fabrictionary, gold, eco-friendly textiles, eco-textiles, sustainable textiles, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style

PRECIOUS SURFACE \ˈpreshəs ˈsərfis\

n 1 a: A patented infusion technology that deposits 24kt gold into leather, silk, or fur, leaving the material texture unchanged. b: A nanotechnology deposition process where precious metal embedded into a fabric rather than coated onto a material, allowing the metal to take on the characteristics of soft and supple surfaces. c: Looks like pure natural gold, but feels and acts like fabric or leather. d: Independently tested material, certified to be pure gold deposited on fabric. 2: Adhesion of the precious metal is at a molecular level, allowing for higher quality and durability of the metallic fabrics 3 a: Material first debuted by Italian fashion brand Mi Piaci, maker or luxury handbags and accessories.

[Via Fibre2Fashion]

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