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Fashion of the Future
Back to the Future 2, Marty McFly, Doc, Michael J. FoxWe’ve been wondering for a long time what the clothing of the future will look like. In a 1930s newsreel, designers tried to predict what people would be wearing in the year 2000. They suggested a dress that could go from morning to afternoon to evening — a floor-length gown with detachable sleeves. So today, we look into that future with local inventors, clothing visionaries, and one of the innovators at the sportswear company Under Armour.

Guests:
  Gihan Amarasiriwardena, CTO and co-founder of Ministry of Supply
  Kevin Rustagi, CTO and co-founder of Ministry of Supply
  Kim Blair, Vice President of Cooper Perkins and Founding Director of the Sports Innovation Program at MIT
  Kevin Haley, Senior Vice President of Innovation at the Under Armour Innovation Lab

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