A white shirt is something that everyone wants to own, but similar to other white clothing, a white shirt absorbs, and seemingly attracts stains by the horde. But now this concern belongs to the past, as Elizabeth & Clarke have designed a white shirt for the sloppy coffee drinkers and sandwich eaters among us which promises to revolutionize fashion: The unstainable white shirt. Using a fancy futuristic nanotech coating that discards liquids and dirt by ‘disrupting the hydrogen bond that binds together water molecules’, this shirt can be worn doing the dirtiest tasks without getting soiled. This magic material uses liquid-repelling fibres that are 100,000 times smaller than a grain of sand, applied to fabric through a bathing and curing process. These fibres sit on top of otherwise normal silk and cotton textiles. Apparently this shirt will be able to last for several years (up to 10) and won’t make the wearer heavily sweat either.