Grown Fashion: Animal, Vegetable or Plastic?

@article{Hemmings2008GrownFA,
  title={Grown Fashion: Animal, Vegetable or Plastic?},
  author={Jessica Hemmings},
  journal={Textile},
  year={2008},
  volume={6},
  pages={262 - 273}
}
Abstract The observation that clothing provides us with a “second skin” has led some to question if our textiles of the future will be grown, rather than woven, cut, and sewn. This article considers three recent research projects that have addressed the possibility of grown garments through three materially and conceptually distinct approaches: the Tissue Culture and Art project Victimless Leather uses human and non-human cells; Suzanne Lee's BioCouture project is grown from plant cells; and… 

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