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Itsmytime unveils protective luxury fashion in India
06
Jul '16
Courtesy: Itsmytime
Courtesy: Itsmytime
Bengaluru based luxury start up portal, Itsmytime has partnered with Miguel Caballero Fashion to launch protective and life saving luxury high end designer clothing in India

According to Itsmytime, Miguel Caballero is the only fashion designer who is able to produce discrete high-quality fashionable clothing for high-profile individuals.

“Miguel Caballero counts among his clients' president Obama and his wife Michelle Obama and the kings of Spain and Jordan,” the start-up said.

Itsmytime will sell in India 'Level II' protection clothing, which guards against a 357 magnum round and all 9mm bullets from handguns, including machine guns like Uzi, Mac10, MP5 and Scorpio.

All garments are made from the finest English and Italian fabrics and comfortable high tech materials.

The armour tshirt is treated with phase change materials (PCM), whose molecules react to temperature differences and so when the textile temperature falls below 13 degrees celsius, the PCM molecules become solid and keep the heat in.

However, when the ambient temperature rises above 17 degrees celsius, the molecules attain a liquid state and the heat dissipates. The armour tshirt then cools the wearer, which is very important when the wearer keeps the tshirt on the whole day.

Products include life-saving protective trench coats, sweaters, leather jackets, vests, custom-made blazers, suits, shirts and sports shirts, which also sport major certificates like NIJ, ISO 9001, BASC and ISO 14001. (AR)

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