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Invent-Tech brings "Fashion Forward" concepts for fashion industry

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Jun '05
Now there is a new hat that provides users with compartments to place personal items safely and securely so they do not get lost.

New product concept developer Invent-Tech launches new idea for fashion.

When clothing designers such as Christian Dior, Betsy Johnson, and Jean Paul Gautier, embark on a new creation, is it just color theory, fabric texture and perhaps a plunging neckline they are thinking about? Do you think they ever wondered if their clothing lines could serve a practical purpose instead of just a fabulous fashion statement? Clients working with Florida based invention marketing and promotions company, Invent-Tech, have taken their "Fashion Forward" concepts to a whole new level. Practicality and purpose seem to make for a new type of trend setting apparel and Invent-Tech is helping to lead the way down the catwalk of new ideas.

When individuals wear clothing without pockets it can be difficult for them to carry items such as money, identification, or their keys. Most people stick these items in their shoe or their sock, which can make walking very uncomfortable, and the items, could easily fall out and accidentally be lost. Now there is a new hat that provides users with compartments to place personal items safely and securely so they do not get lost.

Inventor Mark T. of Canfield, Ohio began developing the idea for the Pocket Hat in January of 2001. He was jogging and he had no place to put his money or his I. D. when the idea came to him. If you're a busy person, then convenience is always at a premium. For instance, if you go to work and plan on going out afterwards, it's probably necessary to bring a change of clothes.


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