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Kombucha Couture

Designer Sacha Laurin takes fermented milk, green tea and SCOBY (Symbiotic Colonies of Bacterial and Yeast) to create original dresses for her fashion line, Kombucha Couture. She uses different techniques to create different textures such as, leather, canvas or silk from the bacterial concoction. This totally sounds like something out …

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Coming to your Senses

Ok, I’m just gonna say it. That third photo looks like a dude’s ball sac. There, now that that’s out of the way, these are useless utensils called “Sensorial Stimuli”, blah blah blah. It’s supposed to give you a new perspective on that thing you’re eating. Seriously, if you’re so …

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The Power of Fats by Sophie Limin Han

  London College of Fashion student, Sophie (Limin) Han was meant to “celebrate the confidence of different sizes of women in modern age” through her collection named ‘The Power of Fats’. It should have been named the ‘Kirstie Alley’ collection. I mean, are those ziplocked ham sammich’s as a skirt?? That’s …

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Porcelain Tea Cups to Wear

  Check out these porcelain dishware  dresses by Li Xiaofeng. It’s like so cool, yet so dangerous! If one piece breaks and cuts you, you’re kinda screwed. I wonder how he affixed the porcelain into a dress shape. Completely amazing, if you ask me. This is one to wear to …

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