The evolution of digital fashion

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Artefact has been finding out more about the technology behind digital fashion with visual effects artist Mazano, especially the sustainability of the technology, as it could be used for zero waste pattern cutting and designing as well as the downsides of this new process.

The energy used for this software emits a lot of carbon and Maz discusses how to combat it. We also spoke to the creative director of Dela Studio, Daisy Dean, on the rise of digital fashion and how she got started styling one of the biggest Digital influencers to date.

Daisy also discussed the current fashion trends explaining how digital fashion can lend itself to certain styles and trends and what could be in store for the future of this tech.




Featured image by Rosie Paldi Edwards.

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