Anke Domaske

Anke Domaske has a clothing line called Qmilk that soon could be a latest innovative fashion style.

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Every year, celebrities flock to London, Paris, and New York to see the latest fashion styles. Designer and biologist, Anke Domaske has a clothing line called Qmilk that soon could be among them. Domaske saw sour milk’s great potential as a raw material, and uses it to create fibres, which are sewn together to make clothes. Not only does it prevent milk from being wasted, but every piece of clothing that she produces is also completely non-allergenic.

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