Nobody likes to admit it, but if you’re a working professional, there’s a good chance you’re familiar with sweat stains. The commute to work, the stress of meeting a deadline, the faulty air conditioning in the boardroom, cotton weaves — all of these things and many more have been known to conspire against you, the working professional. Luckily, Ministry of Supply feels your stinky, stinky pain.
While athletes have Under Armour, business attire has more or less remained the same for the last century. Armed with some of the same technology NASA uses in its space suits, Ministry of Supply has developed a line of dress shirts — called "Apollo" — that adapt to your body to control perspiration, reduce odor, and make you feel like a million bucks. So, to help get these futuristic shirts onto the backs of sweaty professionals, the project’s founders, MIT grads Gihan Amarasiriwardena, Aman Advani, Kit Hickey and Kevin Rustagi, took to Kickstarter, where the project has blown up.