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Clothes grown from slime mold and Tupperware handbags were among the environmentally friendly designs and ideas presented by fashion graduates at a London arts school Friday. The Royal College of Art is holding its annual fashion show, in which students in womenswear, menswear, knitwear, footwear, accessories and millinery unveil their creations.Bell uses ultrasonic welding to make clothes that fold completely flat, like coats with non-fray linings.Piero D'Angelo hopes fashionistas can one day grow their own garments with slime mold.At a time of growing public awareness of waste and its impact on the planet, Anna Sophie Goschin is studying digital design and 3D manufacturing, which she says could have "huge potential" in making fashion more sustainable.
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