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The world's first line of glowing clothes

Sep 26th 2016

“Vain trifles as they seem, clothes have, they say, more important offices than to merely keep us warm. They change our view of the world and the world’s view of us.” ― Virginia Woolf, Orlando

Clothing could have been around for a very long time – approximately hundreds of thousands of years. Some scientists propose that it may have been around for as long as 650,000, although most people agree that we first used fabrics around 100,000 years ago!

We started off with flax fibres, and then moved on to cotton, and wool, and eventually silk. But other than fabrics, cuts, and stitches, not much has changed in the world of fashion.

Today, when we have drones delivering pizzas and virtual reality becoming an everyday occurrence, we felt it was time to integrate technology with a part of our lives that is as necessary as food – clothing.

And that’s how we came up with Jaltee – a line of clothing that glows!

Created with high quality fabrics and fine craftsmanship, Jaltee offers a wide variety of options for the lovers of fashion. It has been created to brighten up your darkest days, to unleash the power of technology.

Our designers and tailors work very hard to bring to you the finest fashion has to offer, and our engineers brainstormto come up with ideas that will surprise you.

We welcome you to join us this beautiful journey we have undertaken. After all, without your support, we won’t exist!

Comments
Gunda Srinivas, Jul 5th, 2017
Keep up guys...!!!\nI am a pediatrician and into MedTech Innovation and recent winner at CAMTech Jugaadathon (Our team is up on the CAMTech accelerator page: \nhttp://www.globalhealthmgh.org/camtech/camtech-accelerator-program-cap/). I see a lot of applications for this technology in medical science which can be a gamechanger. I would like to know whether these LED fabrics can be customised fir specific needs( i am sure it can be...). I would like to collaborate with you guys to explore newer possibilities in medical science.
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