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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.

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Divertido anuncio promocionando el uso de bicicletas para un transporte más verde.

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Tag Exchange The tag to the left is an intervention - a way to introduce and cultivate the imagination and awareness that are prerequisites to ecologically and socially conscious shopping habits.

Leafcutter Designs - Changing Clothes

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Fermented Fashion: A New Dress Made of Microbes from Wine. | elephant journal {“Micro’be’ fermented fashion investigates the practical and cultural biosynthesis of clothing—to explore the possible forms and cultural implications of futuristic dress-making and textile technologies. Instead of lifeless weaving machines producing the textile, living microbes will ferment a garment."}

Fermented Fashion: A New Dress Made of Microbes from Wine.

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Sustainable Fashion

It looks gross, but its cool. Sustainable Fashion -- Suzanne Lee Demonstrates a Revolutionary Formula for Growing Clothes

Sustainable Fashion

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Bio-Couture ha creado una tela inteligente q `crece´ sola tras ser cultivada con la ayuda de bacterias, tés y levaduras @diariodeltraje

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This is a jacket made out of tea sugar, vinegar, yeast and bacteria. Biocouture's 'eco-textile' production explores the potential for regulated and industrial textile manufacturing by means of bacterial cellulose grown in a solution of sweetened tea.

suzanne lee: eco textile fashion

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'suzanne lee/ biocouture /growing textiles' http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVW-jSdhILs=player_embedded

suzanne lee: biocouture growing textiles

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