"Iconic London"
Nüyou Singapore
photographer: Stefan Khoo
Charlotte Wiggins

Charlotte Wiggins in Burberry by Stefan Khoo for Nuyou Singapore

Passion Pit - The Reeling

Remember how you felt the first time you heard this song?

"Night Fever"  Vogue Australia, April 2011  photographer: Marcin Tyszka  Anja Rubik
in Salvatore Ferragamo, Spring 2011 Ready-to-Wear

"Night Fever"
Vogue Australia, April 2011 
photographer: Marcin Tyszka
Anja Rubik

in Salvatore Ferragamo, Spring 2011 Ready-to-Wear

"Night Fever"  Vogue Australia, April 2011  photographer: Marcin Tyszka  Anja Rubik
in Stella McCartney, Spring 2011 Ready-to-Wear
FGR/TFS

"Night Fever"
Vogue Australia, April 2011 
photographer: Marcin Tyszka
Anja Rubik

in Stella McCartney, Spring 2011 Ready-to-Wear

FGR/TFS

"Night Fever" Vogue Australia, April 2011 photographer: Marcin Tyszka Anja Rubik
in Alberta Ferretti, Spring 2011 Ready-to-Wear
FGR/TFS

"Night Fever"
Vogue Australia, April 2011 
photographer: Marcin Tyszka
Anja Rubik

in Alberta Ferretti, Spring 2011 Ready-to-Wear

FGR/TFS

photo by alison scarpulla
"успетЬ все (Catch All)" Elle Russia, October 2011 photographer: Asa Tallgard Tara Jean
Tara Jean by Asa Tallgard for Elle Russia October 2011

"успетЬ все (Catch All)"
Elle Russia, October 2011 
photographer: Asa Tallgard
Tara Jean

Tara Jean by Asa Tallgard for Elle Russia October 2011

"успетЬ все (Catch All)"  Elle Russia, October 2011  photographer: Asa Tallgard  Tara Jean
Tara Jean by Asa Tallgard for Elle Russia October 2011

"успетЬ все (Catch All)"
Elle Russia, October 2011 
photographer: Asa Tallgard
Tara Jean

Tara Jean by Asa Tallgard for Elle Russia October 2011

Gorillaz feat. Little Dragon - Empire Ants (Miami Horror remix)

Fashion designer Suzanne Lee directs the BioCouture research project, which sprang from an idea in her book Fashioning the Future: Tomorrow’s Wardrobe, a seminal text on fashion and future technologies. Her research harnesses nature to propose a radical future fashion vision: Can we grow a dress from a vat of liquid?

Using bacterial-cellulose, Lee aims to address pressing ecological and sustainability issues around fashion and beyond. A Senior Research Fellow at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, she is working with scientists to investigate whether synthetic biology can engineer optimized organisms for growing future consumer product. (TED profile)

Suzanne Lee: Grow your own clothes | Video on TED.com