Watch: Designers showcase fashion and interiors fit for life on Mars

Watch: Designers showcase fashion and interiors fit for life on Mars

Should NASA's plans come to fruition, one day there will be (human) life on Mars. Designers are showcasing what future Martians might wear and how they might live.
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