Fashion is one of the world's most polluting industries, but designer Roya Aghighi is imagining a greener alternative to the way we dress. Instead of wearing carbon emitting clothes such as a cotton t-shirts (which have an estimated footprint of 15 kilograms of carbon dioxide!), why not wear living textiles? That's the incredible idea Roya Aghighi is scheming up, to counteract the environmental fail of fashion and change consumption habits that encourage buying more and more clothes that we wear less and less. "Biogarmentry" is the name of the living, biodegradable, and air purifying fabric that Aghighi has invented with a group of scientists, and that we could all, hopefully, wear one day.

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