Welcoming sustainable fashion

Related Keywords: bedding, clothing, fashion industry places, furniture, growing cotton for fabric, locally produced raw materials, secondhand fashion, sustainable fashion movement, textile manufacturing, upcycled fashion

USA
Summary: 
When you think about industries that are harmful to the environment, chances are metals, plastic, or coal come to mind. But not the clothes in your closet. So consider this the next time you try on a sweater or buy a new pair of shoes: the fashion industry places such a heavy burden on the environment that some critics call it one of the dirtiest industries in the world.

When you think about industries that are harmful to the environment, chances are metals, plastic, or coal come to mind. But not the clothes in your closet. So consider this the next time you try on a sweater or buy a new pair of shoes: the fashion industry places such a heavy burden on the environment that some critics call it one of the dirtiest industries in the world.

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Use of fungus and bacteria on textiles a new avenue for fashion industry

Related Keywords: bamboo thread, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) students, current fashion industry, depends on animal and plant-based fibers, found in Chinese traditional medicine, fungus and bacterial, Kombucha material, Nidiya Kusmaya, spark Indonesian interest by developing items coloured, sustainable fashion movement

Jakarta
Use of fungus and bacteria on textiles a new avenue for fashion industry
Summary: 
The Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) students trying to spark the Indonesia’s interest by developing items colored with fungus and bacterial including those that can be easily found in bathroom in the sustainable fashion movement. The idea perhaps sounds silly, but that is exactly what Nidiya Kusmaya had in mind when she started her final thesis at ITB. She discovered the hidden beauty of Aspergillus niger, a micro fungus responsible for the black mold on damp clothes.

The Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) students trying to spark the Indonesia’s interest by developing items colored with fungus and bacterial including those that can be easily found in bathroom in the sustainable fashion movement. The idea perhaps sounds silly, but that is exactly what Nidiya Kusmaya had in mind when she started her final thesis at ITB. She discovered the hidden beauty of Aspergillus niger, a micro fungus responsible for the black mold on damp clothes.

http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/03/07/growing-fungus-and-bacteria-textiles-fashion.html
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