Suzanne Lee: Grow Your Own Clothes - Independent Fashion

Suzanne Lee: Grow Your Own Clothes

Ars Biologica: Suzanne Lee: Grow your own clothes | Video on TED.com

Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: Suzanne Lee of BioCouture explains how she makes clothes that are "grown using bacteria" in this movie filmed at the Wearable Futures conference in London in December.

Bio-Couture - Blogs - Fashioning Technology

Emily Crane whips up delicate, porous garments and accessories from gelatines, kappa carrageenan, glycerine and even agar-agar sea vegetable.

Bio-couture - Blogs - Fashioning Technology

Ninela Ivanova, an MA Fashion student at Kingston University, is the latest designer to experiment with nature and biology, specifically with molds and fungi

biokimono made from kobucha

Suzanne Lee: Skylar’s quite right — bacteria aren’t desperate to generate dresses!

Ars Biologica: Suzanne Lee: Grow your own clothes | Video on TED.com

Suzanne Lee and her Celluloid Clothing “BioCouture is a research project harnessing nature to propose a radical future fashion vision.

the shoe was grown from bacteria cellulose

the shoe was grown from bacteria cellulose

biodegradable material made from green tea and some of bacteria

bacterial cellulose fermentation constructs finished works of fashion grown in a bath of sugary green tea.

Ars Biologica: Suzanne Lee: Grow your own clothes | Video on TED.com

Suzanne Lee is the Founder of BIOCOUTURE, the first ‘living materials’ design consultancy. The last time i met Suzanne, she was cultivating bacteria into green tea and harvesting layers…

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