Particle engineer Paul Luckham and fashion designer Manel Torres from Imperial College London combined cotton fibres, polymers and a solvent to form a liquid that becomes a fabric when sprayed. The material can be built up in layers to create a garment of your desired thickness and can also be washed and worn again like conventional fabrics.
The idea of creating a new way of textile is very interesting. One is sustainable product because the material itself can be transformed and reused. Once it is transformed, it can be sprayed again and again. In my perspective, this material makes me amazed that the liquid is sprayed just a seconds on body and then turned into garment which fits to individual person. This material can be another solution when people want to fix their cloths.