Virtual fashion and digital couture

Virtual fashion, in which one clothes oneself in different couture digitally without having ever to make or buy a product is an interesting development. Given the craze, especially among the youth, to show themselves off in different dresses on social media and other online hubs, such a digital couture could go some way in enabling these fast fashion lovers to appear trendy without going the fast fashion way.

Stakeholders

Digital solution providers for textiles industry

Marketing or sales professionals

Textile and fashion designers

Textile industry sustainability professionals

Vital Stats

How does it work?

Virtual fashion creates clothes that only exist in a digital space

Sustainability benefits

Virtual fashion allows consumers to avoid the waste and pollution associated with traditional fashion, while at the same time satisfying their desire for variety.

Highlights/USP

Recently, some virtual fashion items have sold for thousands of dollars - mind you, this is for clothing that does not exist physically!

Stage of commercialization

Early stage

Types of professionals who can improve the solution

Digital artists, Social media influencers, Textile designers

Specifically relevant to any geography?

Nil

Decarbonization Potential

Moderate-high

Value Chain

Textile fabric production ,

Carbon Focus

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