Can you believe that these pieces were made out of bacteria? Suzanne Lee, who is a London based Senior Research Fellow in the school of fashion and textiles at Central Saint Martins in London, is the genius behind this.
She creates garments from cellulose bacteria which grow in a bathtub using only green methods addressing in such as way ecological issues and exploring the future of fashion design in conjunction with technology.
She mixes a green tea solution with sugar solution and introduces yeast which then produces fibers, which in turn form a compact leathery like layer. This layer is then taken and dried out to take the final form. Lee also uses fruits and vegetables like blueberries and beetroot, completely natural products in order to make stains onto the fabrics creating patterns and designs. In the end what you get is a unique piece of clothing unlike anything you have seen before!
That’s for sure. I want that jacket. Enjoy.. xo