The umbrella was born in French, designed by French company Escabo design studio. By capitalizing on retroflection—the optical phenomenon of a material that returns light to its source without much scattering. It will let you be surrounded in a halo of light on the busy nighttime streets.
It's covered with tiny reflective beads which can reflect the light; it will make the umbrella more visibility, just like the function you find on safety vest or bike reflectors.
Escabo design studio developed a special reflective material. It makes you feel you are holding an aurora borealis in your hands. The effects will make you feel amazing because the light is changing all the time. “They wanted to make this umbrella be unforgettable in terms of design, too,”
To me, whimsical umbrellas—you know, the kind printed with Starry Night or cats. It always seems like a mockery when the rain makes me drenched and I can see things clearly. It makes a commuter feel misery. But this reflective fabric version actually makes practical sense, since it turns its owner into a glowing beacon of safety.