Fashion Student Wants To Use Alexander McQueen’s DNA For Human Leather

Fashion Student Wants To Use Alexander McQueen’s DNA For Human Leather

A Central Saint Martins Student is debating current biological information legislation with a fashion concept of human leather products

Ivanha Paz
  • 15 july 2016

Tina Gorjanc, a fashion student at Central Saint Martins, has proposed a controversial concept using DNA from the late fashion designer Alexander McQueen. Using samples obtained from labels in his first collection, Jack the Ripper Stalks His Victim, which have strands of the designer’s own hair, Gorjanc plans to create commercial goods.

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