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When science meets sartorial: the skirt and shoe made from kombuchaWhen science meets sartorial: the skirt and shoe made from kombucha

Posted By Thu-Huong Ha

What might our clothes look like in 50 years? When textile designer Suzanne Lee was researching her book, Fashioning the Future, she found the most interesting answers to that question when she looked beyond the traditional borders of fashion design. Beyond cut, color and cloth, our style in 50 years will be driven by new materials from […]

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Hypernatural intelligence: A Fellows Friday conversation with Skylar Tibbits and Suzanne LeeHypernatural intelligence: A Fellows Friday conversation with Skylar Tibbits and Suzanne Lee

Posted By Karen Eng

Fashion designer and BioCouture founder Suzanne Lee harnesses the labor of microorganisms to grow clothing. Computational architect Skylar Tibbits — who’s setting up a lab at MIT focused on self-assembly technologies and programmable materials — examines biological systems to develop his methods. We asked them to discuss the directions they’re exploring, and the trends and […]