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Would You Wear That?? A look at some of the strange things people make and wear. Studio Classroom23-24 Members: 8, 11 1.
Milk clothes Wearable art Fashion designer: Anke Domaske It use first man-made fiber without chemical. First remove a milk protein from dry milk.Then heat it. and spin it into yarn.Finally you can get the fabric. The fabric feels like silk, doesn’t smell and can be washed. Fashion designer: The young woman It make of empty packages and chopsticks. Karina from Virginia use 196 packages and a few chopsticks created a winning project called “ wearable art ”. 2.
Bread slippers Human hair jewelry Fashion designers: R&E Praspaliauskas Slippers make of bread. Can be ordered in white, gold, and black. Also have style for both adults and kids. Can be eaten if you get hungry. Make of humans hair. Is a token of affection. People also commonly wore jewelry containing hair from loved who had died. Popular until the early 1900s, when bob became fasionable.Britain’s Queen Victoria gave gifts of jewelry made of her own hair. It can now be found in in traditional and modern styles. 3.
Would you wear clothing made from food products or jewelry made of human hair? Some people would. Ask German fashion designer Anke Domaske, whose clothes made from milk are gaining popularity. 4.
Milk fabric has been around since the 1930s but at that time, the milk was combined with chemicals. Domaske’s fabric, QMilch, is the first man-made fiber made without chemicals. She developed it by removing a milk protein from dry milk. She then heated it and spun it into yarn. It takes about six liters of milk to produce one dress. According to Domaske, the fabric feels like silk, doesn’t smell and can be washed. 6.
Would you prefer bedtime slippers made of bread? Twin brothers and designers R&E Praspaliauskas have created a unique slipper made completely of bread. The slippers can be ordered in white, gold, and black. They also have styles for both adults and kids. And yes, the bread slippers can be eaten if you get hungry for a late-night snack. 8.
Human hair jewelry Jewelry made of human hair may sound strange to us today. But it was once a very popular item. During the 1600s, bracelets (made with human hair) were given as tokens of affection. Britain’s Queen Victoria gave gifts of jewelry made of her own hair. People also commonly wore jewelry containing hair from loved ones (who had died). Hair jewelry remained popular until the early 1900s, when a short haircut called the “bob” became fashionable. Today, although only a few artists know how to make it, hair jewelry is appearing again. The unique jewelry can now be found in traditional and modern styles. v. s. o. 10.
What do you do with your empty instant noodle packages? One young woman came up with a creative solution – she made a dress! With 196 packages and a few chopsticks, Karina from Virginia created a winning project called “wearable art.” Without a doubt, these kinds of creative ideas promise to keep fashion interesting! 12.
Word Bank Jewelry (n) 珠寶；首飾 In the jewelry shop there has all kinds of sparkle jewelry. Protein (n) 蛋白質 The soya beans which I ate yesterday contain lots of protein. Spin (v) 紡織；結網；吐絲 The spider spun a huge web in the corner of wall. Bedtime (n) 就寢時間 It’s already twelve o’clock, it’s time for bedtime. 13.
Wearable (adj) 耐穿的；可以穿戴的 The clothes didn’t wearable, it was be bad in three days. Bracelet (n) 手鐲；臂鐲 My mom look more beautiful when she wear the bracelet. Fashionable (adj) 流行的；時尚的；時髦的 I-phone is nowadays fashionable article. You can see them at everywhere. Without a doubt (idiom) 毋庸置疑 Without a doubt, he come here whether he is busy or not. 14.
More Information Fashion designer (n) 時裝設計師 Esther is the most famous fashion designer in the world. Fiber (n) 纖維 The fiber of this clothes is made of Carbon. Liter (n) 公升 This horse on the grass drinks two liters of water. everyday Token (n) 信物；紀念物；象徵物 My friend in Canada gave me sliver coin as our token of friendship. 15.
Phrase that you should know make from… 由 … 發跡 make of… 由 … 構成 combined with … 和 … 混合 remove from… 移開 according to 根據 come up with… 提出 16.
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