You Wear What You Eat

Garments are now being made using food waste. Pineapple plant fibres, orange leftovers, coffee grounds, milk, bioplastics made from potato starch, corn, rice and beets are just some examples of products that can be transformed into textiles. There are also slightly less charming alternatives, although just as performing: chicken feathers, gelatine found in muscles and bones rejected from the meat industry, or even livestock manure. These are all inexpensive to get a hold of, and yet allow for a variety of diverse fabrics, each containing strong characteristics. It...

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