A smart suit could eventually be built into a suit that would let users wear their clothes and interact with the world, as long as they can afford the $1,500 pricetag.

In an interview with Bloomberg, Alexei Alexander, the founder of Auroville, a startup in Washington, DC, said that the idea has merit.

Smart suits could help reduce the impact of climate change by lowering the energy consumption of people and households, Alexander told Bloomberg.

“The energy cost is a major factor in the climate,” Alexander said.

“We believe that smart suits are the most effective solutions.”

The company also has an app that allows people to track their clothing usage.

In the future, a smart garment could be a smart device, but Alexander said that a smart shirt and smart pants could also be connected to a smart helmet.

The smart suit is expected to be released later this year.

The technology behind the suit is being developed by Aurovault, a Washington-based startup founded by Alexander and his team.

Alexander said the suit will eventually be powered by solar power.

AurovaVault will offer a suit to its customers for $1.50.

The suits will also be available in a range of colors, and Alexander said they will be available for $100 a pop, though that price may increase to $200 once they are mass produced.

Alexander told the Wall Street Journal that he believes that the suits will be the best way for people to interact with others.

“People can wear them anywhere, and they can be smart, too,” Alexander told reporters.

The suit will cost $1 for a standard suit, and there will also likely be an option to add a helmet to the suit, he said.

The company has partnered with fashion giant H&M and has plans to launch the suit in the U.S. by the end of the year.

Alexander, who is married to his partner, said the suits are a good way to save money on things like haircuts, clothes and shoes.

“I’m not a clothes person,” Alexander explained.

“But I’m a smart person.

So if I’m in a hurry, and I want to get dressed up, then I can wear a suit and be smart.”

Alex’s vision for the suit has already been met with mixed reactions.

While some people have said that Alexander’s suit is too impractical, others have said it looks pretty good.

He is also a co-founder of the company that built the solar-powered suit, the Wearable Wearable Energy Systems Group.