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Biofashion Looks to Kelp and Coral for Eco-Friendly Solutions

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Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) assistant professor Theanne Schiros is a vocal force in biofashion, and she’s banking on the movement that’s looking to nature to inspire the materials that could create the clothing we’ll wear in the years ahead. Biofashion is necessary, proponents say, because the apparel industry’s reliance on thirsty crops like cotton or…

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