BioCouture: Garments Made From Bacteria

BioCouture: Garments Made From Bacteria

Fashion research project uses nature to make sustainable clothing.

Naresh Kumar
  • 13 july 2010

UK-based designer Suzanne Lee’s BioCouture is a fashion research project that harnesses bacterial-cellulose, grown in a laboratory, to produce clothing. For making garments, all she needs is some yeast, a pinch of bacteria and cups of sweetened green tea.

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