Sour Silk Clothes is Made From Milk Waste Product

By: Christopher DeLuca - Published: Jul 29, 2011 • References: youtube & psfk
Sour Silk clothes is how the 20something German fashion designer Anke Domaske has been making a name for herself. The designer's clothes are made from a milk byproduct that is generally wasted.

What I particularly like about the Sour Silk clothes by Anke Domaske is that it uses a product to create something entirely new and beautiful. Work like this always get me thinking about the amount that I consume and how much I waste. Domaske is really an innovator.

Implications - The eco movement has made consumers acutely sensitive to the waste that is produced from creating products. This group values turning that waste into a new, functional product. Companies should take this into consideration when creating products for the growing eco demographic. Stats for Daring Diary Fashion Trending: Older & Chilly
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