TômTex and Peter Do Collaborate to Create Clothing From Food Waste

Sustainable Fashion and the Fight Against Fast Fashion's Environmental Impact

Sustainable Fashion and the Fight Against Fast Fashion’s Environmental Impact


  • Biobased material developer TômTex collaborated with designer Peter Do to create 100 percent biodegradable material.
  • The garments are made from shrimp and mushroom food waste with the look and feel of leather.
  • “Making sure our materials can gracefully return to the Earth’s biogeochemical cycles must be a key part of changing our relationship with the planet’s other inhabitants and the planet itself,” said TômTex’s founder Uyen Tran.

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