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Digital Fashion: Standout Labels To Watch Out For
Digital Fashion: Standout Labels To Watch Out For
03/06/2022
We have certainly entered an age where the virtual world plays an equally important role in our lives as its physical equivalent. More and more brands as well as designers are launching their repertoires in the increasingly popular metaverse, rendering fashion more sustainable and accessible than ever. 

Digital fashion is for everyone. It transcends time, space and gender, encouraging the purest form of self-expression through the creation and enhancement of one’s virtual identity. Whether one chooses to recreate one’s style in real life or to audaciously explore new ones, genuinely wearable digital garments are unquestionably a dream come true, boasting other-worldly materials which can only be found in the untouchable realm and over-the-top features that defy laws of physics.

Here are several outstanding digital fashion labels that you should definitely watch out for.

Dress-Composition with Red, Yellow, Blue and Black by DRESSX PIET MONDRIAN

DRESSX PIET MONDRIAN Dress-Composition with Red, Yellow, Blue and Black

Finalist of the LVMH Innovation Award in 2022, DRESSX pays homage to Yves Saint Laurent’s iconic 1965 haute couture collection, decorating tops and one-pieces with Piet Mondrian’s abstract paintings. The lauded range of wardrobe staples can be seen splashed with primary tones and greyscale hues while its geometric brush strokes on the classic silhouettes trace the graceful curves of the body for a unique pattern.

520,121 points

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MELOSIRA ARCTICA by ELENA SEMENENKO

ELENA SEMENENKO MELOSIRA ARCTICA

Elena Semenenko was the first Ukrainian designer to present a digital collection at the Ukrainian Fashion Week 2020. Through the use of digitally exclusive textures, she fabricates this vision of a harmonious society where designers, scientists and architects work together to create carbon-free cities. Semenenko’s assemblage revolutionises conventional designs with iridescent panels shaded in tranquilising colours of nature and voluminous ruffles composed of fluid, metallic threads to inject futuristic elegance into any look.

422,875 points

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plisse dress by MAY KA

MAY KA plisse dress

Finalist of the DRESSX GEN F CONTEST, May Ka explores the notions of shopaholism, in particular, the addiction to shopping physical clothing. An amalgamation of well-known logos, motifs and repurposed textiles embellishes the expansive line-up of neoteric pieces to convey compulsive buying behaviours whereas the deconstruction spotlights the never-ending life cycle of digital garments, comparing to the longer-than-average lifespan of their upcycled counterpart.

205,870 points

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Pleated wings red/black by YAZDAN FERDOS

YAZDAN FERDOS Pleated wings red/black

Iranian 3D fashion designer, Yazdan Ferdos takes cues from macaws, transforming this New World bird into flamboyant couture chef d’oeuvres. With an aim to spark inspirations and foster self-belief in women, his signature is accented with fanned layers of polychromatic pleated fabric and elongated tails that drop to the calves, imitating the rare specie’s long, vibrantly-tinged feathers to embolden your virtual edits with an empowering contour.

80,540 points

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MOTHER PEARL SKIRT AND MUFF by PLACEBO DFH

PLACEBO DFH MOTHER PEARL SKIRT AND MUFF

Placebo Digital Fashion House, hailed as the tailor of the deep sea, transposes the extraordinary appearances of mysterious marine creatures into hyperreal, statement-making 3D clothing. Arriving in majestic forms of corals and seashells, the joyful masterpieces set themselves apart with an aquatic-inspired palette and quilted bodies as well as cuffs, whilst topping off the fairylike aesthetic with buckled straps and belts for a contrasting, utilitarian flair.

52,863 points

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