Discovering The “Fashion of the Future”

Discovering The “Fashion of the Future”

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  1. Danny Gonzalez says:

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  2. Kelli Mora says:

    I’m glad Danny has realized that the most important part of being a father is being cooler than all other dads.

  3. Marie says:

    Actually, paper clothes were a thing in the 70’s. They were more popular with women dresses and they were super colorful and fun. They were designed to be used a couple of times. Like a dress you only use ones for a party or prom or something like that. Because they were paper you could recycle them or use them for crafts after you were done with them. If I am not mistaken, some of them had a wax coating to make it more durable and a bit more water resistant.

    • Emily Noyes says:

      Yes these were very big in the 1960s and 1970s !!it started as a marketing campaign and became a trend due to their versatility. They dipped in popularity as they were prone to tearing so manufactures combined the wood pulp with synthetic fibres however they were ultimately replaced as the “hippie” subculture took off – This could imply that if fashion is becoming more technologically influenced then soon a sustainable focus will take over

    • Random4 says:

      That’s actually quite smart

    • Peggy H says:

      That was a really cool read and made me look into it aswell!
      Thanks for sharing 🙂

    • Dahlia Barnds says:

      That’s really cool 🙂

    • Laura Jayne says:

      I was waiting for someone to talk about this!

  4. Rebecca says:

    Congrats Danny and Laura on the birth of your son. That’s amazing news.

    Lil Baby Gonzalez is gonna be dripped out in the most futuristic bizarre clothes, actually nah he’ll be fine, Laura’s not a YouTuber lol.

    Congrats dude 🎉.
    Also, we need a 3rd ‘man of the future attire’ video, these are hilarious

  5. jonnnnniej says:

    As a someone from the Netherlands I’m happy to hear Danny talk about Dutch clogs! My uncle who was a farmer wore wooden clogs. They are apparently surprisingly warm! So screw you wooden shirt haha

  6. Klára Plívová says:

    From a fabric standpoint, we had fabrics made from wood for years now. Viscose is made from celullose, usually from wood or cotton. And there’s also Lyocell which follows the same recipe but with wood from eucalyptus, which is known for its cooling effect.

    • AR M says:

      I am THRILLED to find out about this, it’s great I’m now going to have to check every article of clothing I buy to make sure it doesn’t have eucalyptus in it.

    • Brenda Murithi says:

      im Kenyan and some communities in our country and uganda too that make fabric from tree bark even pre colonial period it was already there, is it similar or different

    • TPRM1 says:

      Sadly they don’t change colour, though. That was an anti-perspirant mark at 18:36.

      (Don’t ask me how they get there, but they always do.)

    • luminolmortis says:

      i didn’t really think about it, but i crochet and i see bamboo fiber yarn all over as well! it’s somewhat similar to cotton and also known for being cool in temperature.

  7. blake says:

    Honestly so glad Danny’s doing well in the first month of having a new baby! My sister just gave birth a few weeks ago and let me tell you it can be really really difficult!! Hope Laura is doing well too as a brand new mama ❤️

  8. cassandra roque says:

    if I had a nickel for every time Danny tried to dress like the ideal man of the future I’d have two nickels

  9. five bats in a trenchcoat says:

    15:17 the phrase “our son arrived early” is very funny to me because it sounds like he was delivered in the mail. also super glad to hear that yall are doing good

  10. Oliver Sherman 2 says:

    As a Brit, I was initially confused when Danny said it was cold outside at 50° till I realised Americans use a different measurement. For us 50° is dangerously hot lol

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