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SkinScan completes 'Almost Invisible' clothing line

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SkinScan, announced the completion of its "Almost Invisible" line of urban chic clothing. With the motto "My Color is My Sensuality," Jerold Kritchman, founder of SkinScan, speaks to his belief that there are exotic colors inherent in women's skin that are glamorous.

Using new digital micro-chip image sensors, new coloring chemistry and printer design, aided by computers and propriety software, it is now possible to record a person's skin-tone and reproduce it on fabric. This creates an illusion that there is no fabric there.

Mixing Computer Graphics Technology with Specific Coloring Technology allows for the production of clothing that looks invisible when worn and opens whole new worlds for clothing designers to work within.

Structural design elements that are invisible allows the designer new freedom of fabric construction. Patterns that were impossible become easy.

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