The most famous bra in the world is the bra that was designed by British designer Elizabeth Taylor and made famous by the movie “Citizen Kane”.
The bra, called the “Bridal Bell”, has been a staple of Hollywood glamour for over 70 years.
But a new bra that looks just like it is made of flesh and bone has been developed by scientists in China.
In a new study published in the journal Science, researchers have made a bra with a flesh-like material on top and bone underneath, in order to mimic the shape of the iconic bra.
This new bra is a “modest” version of Taylor’s design, which has a rounded, soft and pliable feel, and is said to be “the first bra to be clinically tested for human breast tissue”.
The new bra, the “Modest Bra”, is made from soft, stretchy fibers of skin, bone and connective tissue, according to a press release from the American Society for Plastic Surgery.
The bra is said by the researchers to be soft and supple, and offers a “soft and comfortable fit”, according to the study.
It also has a high degree of elasticity, which the researchers believe will make it easier to stretch and lift.
“Our goal with the study was to explore the biomechanical properties of a bra based on human breast and bone tissue,” study co-author Tessa Wang, a researcher at the American Institute of Plastic Surgeons, said in a press statement.
“We also wanted to understand how these properties interact with other factors, such as the skin’s elasticity and shape, to give us a better understanding of the biological mechanisms underlying the softness and elasticity properties of the bra.”
The new study involved a team of researchers from the China Institute of Biomedical Engineering, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the National Nanotechnology Institute.
They studied the new bra for 10 months, with each person wearing a bra and an implant.
“The study was designed to identify the biological properties of soft tissue, connective tissues, and skin, which were also studied using a computer model,” Wang said.
“In this study, we applied a series of mathematical techniques to simulate the human breast, and also skin, and found that the soft tissue-like characteristics of soft tissues were associated with the elasticity of the breast tissue.”
The researchers also tested the bra on women with breast cancer.
“For this, we also applied an implant that mimicked the structure of the human female breast,” Wang told LiveScience.
“This implant, which we developed in partnership with the National Institute of Radiology and the Nanjing Institute of Regenerative Medicine, is a novel approach for designing soft-tissue implants.
This method can mimic the breastbone structure of an adult breast, which can facilitate implantation and reconstruction of a breast.”
The bra has been used for breast reconstruction for more than 100 years, and it was originally designed to treat congenital breast disorders such as cleft lip, cleft palate, cleavage deformities and congenital adrenal hyperplasia.
It was also used as a treatment for breast cancer in the 1950s.
The new research team also plans to test the bra’s impact on women who are at high risk of breast cancer and other disorders.
“If we continue to develop our technology, it will make a difference for women and their families,” Wang continued.
“By having a bra that’s soft and soft-welcoming, we hope it will reduce the need for breast implants in women at high-risk of breast and ovarian cancer, as well as in women with endometrial and uterine disorders.”