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McQueen Reacts To Student Project Using Designer’s DNA

Central Saint Martins art student Tina Gorjanc has submitted plans for a project in which she would use the late designer Lee Alexander McQueen’s DNA to grow skin in a laboratory to be used for a special handbag. Gorjanc used one of McQueen's own hairs, from the labels of his first collection. The Slovenian student said she chose McQueen because he was so famous and wanted to make the point that everyone is potentially vulnerable to having their genetic material used by strangers.

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