Design is more than just about making good looking things. It’s also a tool with great social potential. Fashion and apparel design make full use of that potential. The Gaussian shirt is a shirt that’s part fashion, part function. Its design helps the wearer overcome anxiety, stress and their unpleasant results. Armpit patches of a lighter color and special fabric are designed to make a shirt that looks good under normal circumstances, but when the wearer begins perspiring, the patches absorb the sweat and their color blends perfectly with the rest of the shirt. Designer Eason Chow shows how wet cloth appears a few shades darker than dry cloth. Using that observation to his advantage, his Gaussian shirt makes sure you look stylish no matter what!
Designer: Eason Chow