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Alice Potts Turns Human Sweat into Fashion

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12 November 2018
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Alice Potts is a new trending designers who mixes the unexpectable into fashion! Following nowadays' society trends, Alice Potts, 2018 Royal College of Art graduate is the new generation of creativity.

Human Sweats to Design Crystal Embellishments

Mixing science with design is such a new line to follow and the work of Alice Potts shows perfectly that human materials are the perfect forms of design. She developped a method that uses human sweats to design crystal embellishments, garments encrusted in zero waste crystals, some of them pigmented with natural dyes such that from red cabbage. This is how the new aesthetics look like, how the new concepts of designning are trying to reach a new level.

Fabrics in the History of Fashion

Fabrics have always fascinated the world. Since 1958 when Lycra hit the larket and then Levi's, new designers tried to do their best to explore this flourishing land of garments. Now, the approach seems more and more linked to sustainability and biodiveristy chainning more towards a smart fashion era. 

"One of the most exciting breakthroughs in solving fashion's addiction to waste are going to be made on this new frontier between aesthetics and biodesign." declared Alice Potts on her Instagram page.

 

The Exhibition will start tomorrow at Onassis Cultural Center in Athens

The designer will expose her works, starting tomorrow, at Onassis Cultural Centre in Athens. An entire gym space and a rave dancefloor is already in place to receive visitors who are encouraged to dance, to run, to mingle and, most of all, to sweat together.

Author: Andra Oprea