Bio-Couture: Designer Makes Clothes from Bacteria

Designer Makes Clothes from Bacteria

Wish there were a way to combine the glitz of wax paper with the glamor and status of bacteria? Consider these singular, single-cellular garments by sartorial scientist Suzanne Lee, who grows clothes from cultures of yeast and bacterial cellulose.

Bio-Couture: Designer Makes Clothes from Bacteria

Bio-Couture: Designer Makes Clothes from Bacteria

Bio-Couture: Designer Makes Clothes from Bacteria

Bio-Couture: Designer Makes Clothes from Bacteria

Bio-Couture: Designer Makes Clothes from Bacteria

You can find more examples of Suzanne's work here and here.

Grosser than cow skin? Less gross? Comment below.

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Huh, it looks like leather...humane leather.

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