There is no place in this world better than Japan to find out-of-the-ordinary stuff (we all know how unique their TV shows are!) If you have plans to emulate that suave British spook James Bond, there is a company in Japan that can somewhat help you with a stylishly cut wetsuits. Named True Wetsuits, this is a design and creative collaboration between two Japanese companies – Quicksilver and TBWA\Hakuhodo. Even though this is called a wetsuit, use of it is not limited to water related activity at all. Ride high waves in the morning on the way to work dressed up in wetsuit and show up at work in the same suit.
The stylish wetsuits are tailored with “Dry Flight” fabric from 3M and water-friendly 2mm super high-stretch jersey neoprene. Collection is available in colors black and navy and offered in two designs – a notch lapel jacket or a tuxedo with peak lapels and a bow tie. Ensemble include a shirt, jacket, pants, tie and a bow. Not sure how this is going to work but a notebook and a high-tech pen are also part of the collection – if you push the pen while in the sea it has the capability to send an excuse email to work (or to any other pre-defined contact.)
The hi-tech nicely-cut True Wetsuits costs ¥300,000 (about $2,500). It takes two months to make a complete set, place your order with plenty of advance time.
Source: True Wetsuit