In today’s disconium-enriched newsletter: four dazzling new inventions, fabric for thousands more, and one Model Citizen’s unique take on DIY.
After receiving 50 gazillion requests, we finally get it: Women want Disco Pants of their own. Gentlemen, prepare to be outshone.
Is it OK to refer to yourself as the “Kimono Dragon” while wearing this garment? We’ll let you guys (and gals) decide.
Warning: Wearing the Disco Bikini Top and Disco Track Shorts together might blind curious gentlemen onlookers. (And there will be many.) Exercise extreme caution while exercising — or doing anything else under the sun.
Every day, Betabrand receives requests for specialty Disco apparel, everything from sombreros to luge suits. Unfortunately, our production facilities are simply too small to make all the fantastic items that fans demand. That’s why we’re now letting would-be inventors descend into our top-secret disconium mine and take away as much of this magically shiny substance as they can carry.
We call it the Disco Open-Source (DOS) Project. For a very limited time, you can purchase 2-yard swatches of pure, shimmering disconium and turn them into something spectacular — like that Disco Dog Coat, Parachute, or Lingerie you’ve been dreaming of. Not only will we feature your creations on our site, we might even make some of them permanent members of the DiscoLab!
#5 Model Citizen Video: Brad Copping
Let Brad introduce you to the amazing Lokomat, which is helping him learn to walk again.
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