Gorjanc created the Pure Human project as part of Central Saint Martins' Material Futures MA and showed speculative designs made of pig skin offcuts at the art school's end-of-year show.
She chose pig skin offcuts because of their resemblance to human skin, and applied layers of colour and silicon to the leather's surface to enhance the similarity.
Several "freckles" were added to the skin, while a jacket included in the collection has been tattooed to imitate the design and location of tattoos on the fashion designer's own body.
Although the project is currently conceptual, Gorjanc has been working with a laboratory to successfully grow a skin sample using the process.
The owner of McQueen's Jack the Ripper Stalks His Victims collection has agreed to potentially contribute a hair from a design once the process has been perfected.
McQueen, himself a former Central Saint Martins student, died in 2010 aged 40. He was described by his collaborator and friend Shaun Leane as having "changed the silhouette of fashion" in an interview with Dezeen.
Gorjanc said she was able to create the collection and file the patent because legislation does not limit the commercial usage of human genetic materials.