By  on September 2, 2009

PARIS — One day, organic cotton might seem like an ecological idea from the horse-and-buggy days. Instead, experimental technologies like “bio couture,” in which bacterial cellulose is grown in a green tea solution and dried down to form seamless garments, may come to the fore.

With such future technologies in mind, Gucci Group said it will sponsor a new Ph.D. scholarship devoted to innovations in sustainable fashion and textiles in cooperation with two London schools: Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design and the University of the Arts London.

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