Scientist Develops a Dress Made Of Red Wine

Scientist Develops a Dress Made Of Red Wine

A recent story caught the attention of one and all after it was confirmed that a red wine dress has been made. It was claimed that scientist Gary Cass from the University of Western Australia was the one who made it possible.

It was explained that wine was first infected by acetobacter bacteria which leads to the formation of skin features. The skin made was then harvested and then further designed like an inflatable mannequin. It was further told that bacteria are harmless and non-toxic and that’s what made the researcher joined hands with artist Donna Franklin so that something unique can be created.

Such dress smells a lot like wine for a long time. However, one can get irritated taking on and off as it isn’t flexible enough. Since a microbial species was used, such clothes are being categorized under Micro-be. It was further said that this is not for the first time that such a dress has been made.

It is believed that there are not many chances that such unique dresses would be accessible to common people in malls any sooner. So far, there have been lovers of wine, but now one can also wear wine!


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