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According to Lee, the striking bodice, above, ".was constructed by applying a pattern of dried beans to a wooden body form and allowing the wet cellulose material to dry down onto it.

Would you wear a jacket made by bacteria?  This jacket was made by a company called BioCouture. They use a mixture of yeast and bacteria, which produce a substance called cellulose. They then produce clothing from this bacterial cellulose. The clothing is entirely biodegradable and compostable.

This jacket was made out of cellulose from bacteria pretty sustainable and amazing way to think about materials

Strawberry paper

Strawberry paper Founded by textile designer Marjolein Wintjes and chef Eric Meuring, de culinaire werkplaats focuses on a blend of food, design and art.

Ueda Kyoko His Life  Tapestry  silk, natural dye, chemical dye

Ueda Kyoko His Life Tapestry silk, natural dye, chemical dye Garments evolving…

Batizado de BioCouture, o tecido inventado por Suzanne Lee é feito a partir de vinagre, chá verde doce e bactérias.

Batizado de BioCouture, o tecido inventado por Suzanne Lee é feito a partir de vinagre, chá verde doce e bactérias.

Suzanne Lee of BioCouture explains how she makes clothes that are "grown using bacteria"

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.

This was my final product of BioCouture based off Suzanne Lee method

This was my final product of BioCouture based off Suzanne Lee method