Karoline Gullaksen
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Muskin is a ‘mushroom-skin’ material. It is made from fungus spores that are grown into a dense pattern. It feels like suede, though it is much softer. It is also bacteria-resistant and moisture absorbent, leading to a number of clothing applications.

Mushroom textile: Muskin is a ‘mushroom-skin’ material made from the tops of mushrooms. Highly absorbent, Muskin is a hygienic material that stops proliferation of bacteria.

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