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LONDON – Apparel brand Pangaia has released a new capsule collection of tracksuits featuring bio-synthesised colorants from Colorifix – a company that was originally spun out of the University of Cambridge.

In what is said to be the first commercially available application of this new lab-grown dye approach, the capsule collection is dyed with two blue and pink pigments derived from bacteria. One microbe is found naturally in and around colourful geysers while the other colonises silk production waste.

Colorifix has gone from making a single bio-synthetic dye in a pilot process to a full palette of colours that can be applied at scale using standard dyeing equipment.

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