Tommy Hilfiger’s new line of clothing includes a weird feature. You can earn reward points by wearing the clothes, thanks to a smart chip embedded in them. You can eventually redeem these points for Hilfiger gift cards or merchandise.
SuperDry is actually a UK-based company that writes Japanese text on its clothing to emulate the practice of Japanese clothing companies that write meaningless English words on their clothes to attract appeal.
Up until the early 1900’s, it was completely normal for children of both sexes in America to wear dresses until the age of 6 or 7. Gendered clothing didn’t arrive until just before WWI, when pink was recommended for boys and the more ‘delicate and dainty blue’ was recommended for girls.
An Anthropological study shows that women who wear less clothing live longer.
During the Depression, women would make clothing out of feed sacks. When the manufacturers found out, they started printing floral and geometric patterns on the inside of the sacks.
Wearing a white t-shirt with a large letter “T” on the front is scientifically proven to make you 10% more attractive to women.
The T-shirt was invented in 1904 and marketed to bachelors who couldn’t sew or replace buttons.
Chainsaw resistant clothing exists. When the chainsaw touches the fabric, it cuts thru the outer shell. Inside are long Kevlar fibers that are designed to be pulled into the saw and jam it, preventing further injury.
Blue jeans are illegal in North Korea because they are a symbol of American imperialism.
Tommy Hilfiger manufactured clothes in Saipan sweatshops. Since it’s a U.S. territory, the clothing could be produced cheaply while still being labeled “Made in the USA.”