An Indian company is working to make clothes that can be worn in a “disruption” of the way we live and work, but not by us.
A startup called Tindra is offering “disruptive technology” for textile products, which could allow for clothing that “saves lives”.
The clothing could be used to improve “the quality of life of people in India”.
A spokesperson for the company told NDTV the company is “currently working on developing a laundry system that will save lives in India, and help save lives of millions of people around the world”.
Tindra says the “clean clothing” will be “clean, sustainable and make clothes for people who are living in poverty, and for people whose jobs have been disrupted, and who need to live in a sustainable fashion industry”.
The company said the clothes are intended to “reduce pollution, make the lives of the poor more comfortable, reduce waste, and improve the quality of our daily lives”.
Tinder is a social networking app that has already made headlines in India for encouraging users to meet and chat with people from the country.
It has also been criticised for making it easier for people to meet “disrupted” Indians through dating apps.
Tindras clothing is made in the US.
The company says it is currently looking to sell its clothing in India.
“We will be rolling out the technology across our apparel products in the near future,” the spokesperson said.