Fur was one of the first materials used to make clothing. Although the popularity of fur today is less than it was even fifty years ago, it still has properties that make it desirable to many people. It is very warm and it is durable. In some cultures, fur is seen as glamorous and sophisticated, and is worn often by very affluent people. Cultures in very cold climates depend on fur to stay warm in extreme temperatures.
Whether you purchased a wedding gown or are wearing a family heirloom, you've probably considered preserving it for your daughter, niece or other family member. A dry cleaner can help you preserve a wedding gown so that many future generations can use it, but there are some types of damage they can't undo. Gowns require special handing and care. After the ceremony and before you get it to the dry cleaner, there are three things you should never do to a wedding gown.
When Google Glass came out, it was a laughing stock, mostly because of its bulky, ugly appearance. Since it was such a failure, you would think that the future of smart glasses for consumers would be dead, but just the opposite is true.
Smart Glasses Never Died, They Just Changed
While smart glasses never made it in the consumer market, they are being tested and becoming well-accepted in other areas, such as the military and medical community.