Dressing to impress can mean many things. With Silvr Lining’s (silvrlining.com) New GO Collection of solar powered outerwear, you’ll impress in 2, drastically different ways.
1) Be the first in your network able to charge your phone with your Jacket or Vest.
2) Support an American business with ethically made clothing from organic & recycled fibers.
Other Bragging Rights Include:
- The Ultrasuede fabric is Japanese (a chance to support post Tsunami Japan);
- Made in LA by American designers, not mass-manufactured in China or India;
- The GO Collection is all hand made, individually cut & sewn garments.
During the Summer of 2010, Silvr Lining Design Director, Sandra Garratt, collaborated with Project Runway (season 2) designer, Andrae Gonzalo, a couple of MIT techies and a Saville Row English tailor to create The GO Collection.
Four styles utilize solar-tech to power your digital assistants creating true mobility for active, tech-savvy people: The Director’s Jacket is a hip-length, Bush style jacket popularized by Hollywood movie directors. The Utility Vest is a hooded, Tagua Nut button-front, tech-wise utility vest. The Myer’s Topper is a 3/4 length, over-everything coat. The Cargo Pant is a super easy-fit classic design.
Fully and independently functioning solar power supply panels are provided for the front pockets of the GO Director’s Jacket, GO Utility Vest, GO Myer’s Topper, and side cargo pockets of the GO Cargo Pant. Output power is highly precise and conditioned for automatic charging of personal devices. These panels can also be used as self-contained, carry-anywhere chargers and are USB 2.0 (ANSI) compliant.
The fabrication is Ultrasuede ™, a plush, animal friendly, ultra-soft and lightweight fabric made from recycled polyester. It’s rugged, stain resistant and easy to wash & dry.
For more information, photos or interviews, please contact Sandra Garratt, Design Director at 213 537-0223 or visit SilvrLining.com/.
Silvr Lining: 711 South Olive St #511, Los Angeles, CA 90014.