Engineer Scott Amron has pimped band-aids in a way I didn't even think was possible. His leather band-aids create fashionable first-aid from genuine cow skin.
The leather band-aids by Scott Amron come in a pack of 3 and sell for $18.
In Louis Vuitton print and straight up black, the band-aids seem more for show than for functionality, but they are cool looking.
Implications - Society's egocentric views have given rise to businesses that are willing to create novel versions of common products. Businesses may not need to release an entirely new line of products or introduce a new innovation to be financially successful; simply package it in a way that will be much more appealing to the masses.
Scott Amron's Badass Black Bandages for Fashionable First Aid
1. Fashionable First Aid - Creating products that merge fashion and functionality to make first aid kits more visually appealing.
2. Personalized Medical Supplies - Developing medical supplies that are designed to be customized and unique to the individual user's preferences.
3. Luxury Healthcare Products - Creating healthcare items that are high-end and visually appealing to appeal to luxury market segments.
1. Fashion Industry - Incorporating medical equipment and supplies into fashion items to create unique and trendy items.
2. Healthcare Industry - Developing innovative items and products that create a more visually appealing healthcare experience for patients.
3. Beauty Industry - Creating high-end first aid and medical supplies that appeal to consumers who value beauty and luxury.