Kevlar Designer Hoodies Would be Big in Middle East, South America, Africa, Mexico, even Los Angeles!


Kevlar/Armored Designer Hoodies/Jackets Would be Big in violence stricken areas like the Middle East, South America, Africa, Mexico, even Los Angeles!

Marisha Kelly wears a men's bullet proof tuxedo shirt and a woman's quitted vest, while posing for photos in Miami. The clothing was made by Miguel Caballero from Colombia and is now being sold primarily to clients from South America. Read more: http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/33210530#ixzz0qOSBE11d

Anyone can make clothes and just learn how to combine the right amount of kevlar and other elements into the fiber to mimic the expensive designer bulletproof soon to be fasionable apparel.  Its a new industry any of us can learn via textiles, in india for instance.  And America with its military surplus, may find an edge with its cheap military surplus body armour and kevlar.  Combining the mainstream fashion industry with their almost astrological strategy of “seasons” to excuse the constant change of “new” or actually “Scheduled” new looks.  It’s a strategy that works for getting people worried about their appearances according to totally arbitrary semiotic primate markers which visually resonate with social currency

If you need a bulletproof bomber jacket when you walking at the night street? These stylish clothing are Bullet Proof, by Anxo(James Bond would love this store). These stylish pieces of clothing offer protection to both men and women, the bulletproof line including jacket, vest and even shirt. The clothing has been tested against ll and llA (which are equivalent to a .9MM or .357 Magnum).

Ancient cultures in China in Persia for instance, had always known, “Fashion is the mark of Slaves” and even wrote documents on how to setup seasonal fashion systems to manage them, hah!  The tables have turned or have they really?

Much of this early body armor fashion appears to be a  crude and maybe dorkier prototype of this oncoming style of power.

The symbolic meaning behind walking around in a $1000 Prada coat that doubles as lightweight body armor denotes power internalized, walking around with as close you can get to an invincibility coat.  Walking around in one made by a designer boutique may allow you to feel socially, financially and then physically empowered; The ultimate dopaminergic ego rush (im sure these rich guys with Prada kevlar suits are doing something else involving another type of more artificial dopaminergic rush 😛

It’s a product made by a few, mostly foreign-based companies that don’t advertise heavily, so most individuals and companies don’t even know the clothing exists.  “It’s mostly word of mouth,” said John Sexton with Sexton Executive Security, based in Fairfax, Va. Most of his U.S. clients don’t request protective clothing. “The companies that pre-plan for something going wrong are very much a minority.”

It’s a product made by a few, mostly foreign-based companies that don’t advertise heavily, so most individuals and companies don’t even know the clothing exists.”It’s mostly word of mouth,” said John Sexton with Sexton Executive Security, based in Fairfax, Va. Most of his U.S. clients don’t request protective clothing. “The companies that pre-plan for something going wrong are very much a minority.”

Fashioning bullet proof hoodies, jackets, or jeans will be a huge industry any of us could get into as it grows big and longterm.

I’ll leave with this 🙂 (maybe we should pick up hints for our new aggressive armored apparel from the styles in the futuristic-retro clothing…

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