What does digital fashion look like today? It’s a question that populated the panels at this week’s inaugural New Codes Digital Fashion summit, which ran from October 30-31.
Taking place at London Mayfair’s Royal Institute, experts and insiders across fashion design, artificial intelligence, emerging technology, textiles, and gaming industries gathered to discuss the next chapter of fashion’s creative renaissance and the role Web3 will play in its evolution.
The digital fashion arena is expected to reach $4.8 billion by 2031, according to Allied Research. But the fledgling landscape has struggled to find its place in the wider, and highly speculative, fashion industry after peaking in hype in 2021.
In response, this year has since seen brands and builders alike streamline the potential of 3D, augmented reality (AR), artificial intelligence (AI), and Web3, accelerating a paradigm shift across the entire segment.
With speakers from The Fabricant, Vans, Drest, and Outlier Ventures, Jing Daily breaks down the key takeaways from the two-day event and how brands can harness the rapidly developing ecosystem.
Source: Jing Daily