In ‘1984’ George Orwell imagined a future dominated by government surveillance and fear. Today, modern billboards use facial recognition software to target consumers with personalised advertisements, the NSA records and analyses citizen key strokes to build thought profiles and smart phone signals track our every move on the surveillance grid. Fiction has become fact.
The data wars rage on. Inspired by a post-Snowden reality, the ‘1984’ stealth fashion collection from The Affair introduces the untrackable and unhackable ‘UnPocket’. Each piece in the ‘1984’ collection, ranging from chinos to work shirts, is designed around a detachable stealth pocket made from police-grade shielding fabrics that securely block all Cell, WiFi, GPS and RFID signals to ~ 100 dB.
Pop your phone, passport and bank cards inside the ‘UnPocket’ and revel in your invisibility. The military-inspired workwear range lets fashion-conscious disruptors reclaim their privacy. So whether you’re dismantling the system or just relaxing off-grid, you can do it in style.
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