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Lauren Bowker: How the Unseen uses Chemistry to Create Reactive Fashion | WIRED

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Published on Nov 2, 2015

When Lauren Bowker was studying textiles in Manchester, she fell badly ill. When she got out of the hospital, she told the audience at WIRED 2015 Next Generation, she realised that she was done with catwalks, and that she "wanted to create something with more meaning." That's when she started studying chemistry.
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