Part 2 of the Kombucha Project can be read about here at the QUT Creative Cluster blog.
This semester we are working with the first years and The Edge to develop accessories made from textiles grown from bacteria. Read more here at the QUT Creative Cluster blog.
Alice Payne textile print inspired (detail) inspired by Paula Stafford collection My Remember or Revive project with The Fashion Archives and the Paula Stafford collection is in Issue 11 – view here.
I’m delighted to report that two of my works, ThinkLifecycle and the Grow-Shrink-and-Turn-Coat are included in Alison Gwilt’s new book A Practical Guide to Sustainable Fashion. The book is part of Bloomsbury’s Fashion Basics series and is a fantastic introduction to sustainability issues for fashion design students. Fashion and sustainability is such an unwieldy topic …