The Christmas season that brought the year 2021 to a close displayed so many things for so many people, especially fashion lovers!
Some foot wears seemed out of the ordinary, forming topics of discussion in different quarters, while body piercing and eye lashes fixing made many people believe all that was digital fashion in display.
However, globally, we are in a millennial world and the new age fashion trend-setters seem to be whispering that buying of clothes to wear may be coming to a minimal stage.
This is from the point of view that (Digital) Virtual fashion is bringing home a blend of fantasy and reality that would let one buy and wear clothes made solely out of pixels.
Major e-Commerce websites like Amazon and Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin have given out the inspiration that the internet rules the world today.
As most transactions and marketplaces find their way online, fashion houses strive to maintain a substantial online presence in order to stay “relevant” to the shoppers.
Virtual fashion is just one step away, not only in terms of sustainability, which still remains a huge cause for concern in the industry, but also making fashion accessible to everyone regardless of size and gender.
You may be wondering; what is Virtual Fashion?
It was recently proved that there are designs that can be worn digitally. Making use of the blockchain technology, these apparel are being sold online without running the risk of duplication. The clothes are then made to fit the customer’s image with the help of 3D technology to look realistic.
The Fabricant is one digital fashion company founded in 2018, and entered the big leagues in 2019 when it managed to sell its Iridescent Digi-couture Dress for a whopping $9,500.
But not yet for our climes where going digital in fashion still means more weird outfits as the year 2022 glides by!