Tea, Sugar & Kombucha Bacteria Makes Guilt-Free Leather

Tea, Sugar & Kombucha Bacteria Makes Guilt-Free Leather
Design

BioCouture have been investigating microbial cellulose hoping to 'to literally grow a dress in a vat of liquid.'

Claudia Cukrov
  • 19 april 2011

PSFK first covered the idea of animal-free, laboratory-grown ‘Victimless Leather‘ of the Tissue Culture & Art Project in Australia back in 2004. With the rise of sustainable design practices, the idea has certainly been popular.  London-based fashion-science research unit BioCouture have been investigating microbial cellulose hoping to ‘to literally grow a dress in a vat of liquid.’

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