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BioLogic fabric by MIT Media Lab

BioLogic fabric by MIT Media Lab uses a bacteria to design a "bio-skin" that peels back in reaction to sweat and humidity
The BioLogic fabric relies on bacteria reportedly discovered 1,000 years ago by a Japanese samurai. The Bacillus Subtilis microorganism has since been used to ferment foods in Japan, including natto – a soybean-based dish.
Teams from the MIT Media Lab's Tangible Media Group and Royal College of Art have used the bacteria's ability to expand and contract in reaction to moisture, and developed a method for incorporating it into material that can be used for garments.


The pivotal seasonal color palette of bestselling tones takes a brighter approach this season. Hues take on a more solid approach with a sharper and more intense appeal accentuated with increased neutrality from a range of gray tones complete with black and white.

A crisp and sharp palette inspired by nature comprised of subtle tones that can also take on a more luminary and crystallized role through brighter yarns and finishes. This delicate palette is also enhanced through the surface appeal from ultra matt and powdery handles through to milky touch for enhanced base-layer applications.

An energetic offering of dense tones through to uplifting brights feature, there is a feel-good factor present. This color palette has a lot of mileage for the print sector as well as appealing to natural and synthetic offerings in altering the surface appeal. Black is a key component in enhancing the vibrant brights, this is about taking traditional tones to a new level.

Mystical and ethereal in delivery, this palette can be worked down through to a rich, matte appeal or worked up through a metallic and lacquered approach for a feel of luxury and gleam. There is a heightened sense of reworking rich and neutral tones in creating something new and exciting for the season.

Pushing the boundaries of the color spectrum, the intense bright and synthetic tones of this palette can be taken even higher to a fluorescent level, screaming intensity and grabbing the spotlight. Geared towards the synthetic side of the textile sector, there is a renewed appeal and optimism as fantasy comes through.

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