We are honored to announce Polybion's feature in Vogue UK, an exclusive interview led by the talented Emily Chan. In this insightful piece, the collaboration between Polybion and Ganni is brought into the spotlight, showcasing our collaboration in pushing the boundaries of sustainable fashion.
In the Vogue UK piece, Celium™ by Polybion emerges as more than just an alternative material. Its unique biological nature represents a new material category, self-defined by its distinct qualities and impact. This Premium Cultivated Cellulose showcases the evolution of fashion materials, emphasizing a move towards the recognition of such innovations for their inherent properties, rather than mere substitutes.
Our collaboration with Ganni has been an exhilarating journey, leading to the creation of extraordinary pieces for their Autumn/Winter 2024 collection, including a baby pink crop top, a miniskirt, and the iconic Bou bag - all elegantly designed using our Premium Cultivated Cellulose, Celium™ in look #17.
Emily Chan delves into the minds of Polybion's and Ganni's founders, exploring their shared vision and the innovative process behind the collaboration and Celium™. This material, birthed from our dedication to merging creativity with biology and Ganni's flair for design, represents a significant step forward in fashion's sustainable evolution.
The interview captures the essence of our collaboration - a harmonious blend of creativity and environmental consciousness. Ganni's commitment to embracing innovative materials for what they truly are is a bold statement in the fashion industry, aligning perfectly with our values at Polybion.
We invite you to read the full article on Vogue UK's website to discover more about this groundbreaking collaboration.
Stay tuned for the official launch of Ganni's commercial products made with Celium™ this autumn. Together, with partners like Ganni, we are crafting a future where fashion and sustainability coexist beautifully.
Picture Credits: VOGUE UK; Moon_International