The clothes are not commercially available yet, but have been on display in various galleries/museums. The process is still in development to increase its durability. Suzanne has also been experimenting with different dye methods, such as the use of fruit and vegetable dyes to keep the process as toxic free as possible. At this stage the fermentation liquid can also be partially recycled.
|the designer at work|
|cross sectional view of cellulose growing|
|traditionally sewn jackets|
|bodices formed by placing over a bustform, pattern created by beans|