German biologist crafts couture from casein
Have you ever thought of wearing milk? It's a possibility in the not so distant future, as a German biologist and designer has invented a new process to make silky, chemical free clothing from casein, a milk component and critical cheese ingredient.
Milk does a body good from the inside out--we know this from those TV commercials that aired in the 1980s--but it’s trying on a whole new identity thanks to Anke Domaske. The German biologist and designer has converted the beloved lactic liquid into Qmilch, a textile--yes, textile--that’s soft as silk, durable as cotton, and incredibly kind to extra-sensitive skin.