Innovation In Love

Early humans were relatively naked, thin-skinned and hairless and thus were quite defenseless against any kind of harmful elements. He lived in caves and under rocky cliffs which provided protection but were stationary; moreover, in early stages, they depend on food and shelter rather than clothes. This paper serves in unveiling the fashion concepts, the journey from rehistoric man's clothing needs and theory to the current fashion trends globally. The paper will be an eyeopener to fashion graduates yearning to understand the beginning of clothing. This also provokes many fashion graduates to understand and follow the fashion cycleand research scholars to identify the potential areas for designing and product development. Humans have worn clothing for thousands of years, and since its invention, clothinghas evolved from its simple utilitarian function for survival to become anintegral part of society. While much consideration has been given to the broad environmental impacts of the textile and laundering industries, little is known about the impact wearing clothing has had on the human microbiome, particularly that of the skin, despite our long history with clothing. This review discusses the history of clothing and the evolution of textiles, what is and is not known about microbial persistence on and degradation of various fibres, and what opportunities for the industrial and environmental application of clothing microbiology exist for the future.

How to Create an Invention (9 Step Guide)

1. Decide on Your Invention

2. Research and Conceptualize

3. Document the Process

4. Market Research

5. Design Your Invention

6. Start Prototyping

7. Patent Your Invention

8. Begin Manufacturing