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Digital Fashion Roundtables 3.0

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Digital Fashion Summit 2024: Bridging Innovation and Sustainability

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Digital Fashion Project

Aarhus University in collaboration with Kolding Design School and the IT University of Copenhagen is running the Digital Fashion Roundtables for the second year. The focus of the project is on exploring digital fashion in the metaverse.

The project aims to explore and help navigate the digital space you as a fashion company or service provider are interested in entering. The community around the project believes that the metaverse is a very open concept and there is still plenty of room to shape it together. To do this, we invite you to follow and join our project where we will guide you through open roundtable conversations with experts in the field, use cases and prototyping, exhibitions and other learning opportunities.

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New avenues of shaping the digital fashion landscape

Your favourite roundtable series is back!

Are you curious about the evolution of fashion in the digital era? Join us for our first roundtable conversation in 2023 where we’ll keep on exploring the world of digital fashion!

  • Time: 29 August 2023 (Tuesday), 10:00-11:00
  • Location: Zoom (online)

We will talk about how fashion weeks are transforming into digital playgrounds, embracing technology with a strong sustainable mindset to showcase the latest trends in exciting new ways. We will delve into the metaverse, gaming and Web3, where avatars and digital wearables are opening up new revenue streams and fresh avenues of self-expression and creativity. Together, we’ll uncover the power of building digital fashion communities, fostering inclusivity and shared experiences that transcend the boundaries of the physical and the digital.

The roundtable conversation is organised by the Digital Fashion Roundtables project under Lifestyle & Design Cluster in collaboration with Copenhagen Fashion Week.

Speakers:

  • Holly Vennell, Director of Marketing, Birger Christensen Collective (Rotate/Reman/Cannari)
  • Dora Tamas, Manager of Digital & Creative, Copenhagen Fashion Week
  • Isabella Rose Davey, Director of Communications & Digital, Copenhagen Fashion Week
  • Jennifer Dickinson, VP Brand & Content, DREST
  • Felix Wigand, Co-founder & COO, Virtuall

Moderator:

  • Kata Börönte, Researcher & Project Coordinator, Aarhus Universitet

HOW WILL TECHNOLOGY CHANGE THE FASHION AND TEXTILE INDUSTRY

See the program here: 

Result:

  • Participants gained insights into innovative technologies and sustainable practices in the fashion industry.
  • Explored diverse areas including 3D fashion, AI models, transparent supply chains, denim innovation, textile studios, circular economy initiatives, 3D fashion design education, life-proof clothing, and healthcare innovations.

Conclusion:

  • The Amsterdam masterclass provided a comprehensive exploration of the intersection between technology and sustainability in the fashion industry. Participants engaged with cutting-edge technologies, learned from industry leaders, and discovered innovative solutions for creating a more sustainable and technologically advanced fashion landscape. The emphasis on collaboration, education, and diverse perspectives showcased the evolving nature of the fashion industry towards a more sustainable and tech-driven future.

Download key findings here: Master Class Amsterdam 2022

Visiting the Metaverse in South Korea

Lifestyle & Design Cluster, with Aarhus University, Mannd, Mojomoto and Birger Christensen visited Seoul in 2022 to investigate the Metevarse.

See this video log book

Recordings from 2023:

New avenues for shaping the Digital Fashion Landscape

Recordings from 2022:

An NFT primer, how to mint, what to mint and where to mint

Digital fashion in the metaverse

Recordings from 2021:

Brands, creativity & new possibilities.

Education, industry & transition

Experience, Immersive & Resposibility

Main project contact:

Kata Börönte
Researcher & Project Coordinator, Aarhus University
Mobile: 50158028
borontekata@cc.au.dk

Lifestyle & Design Cluster contact:

Heidi Svane
Head of Digital
Mobile: 2074 7683
heidi@ldcluster.com

Project partners

  • Kata Börönte, Marianne Ping Huang, Aarhus University
  • Christel Arnevik, Design School Kolding
  • Jonas Jensen, IT University Copenhagen
  • Sofie Edvard Nielsen, KEA

Roundtable 3

Date and time: 7 December, 09:00-10:00 CEST (online)

Title: New digital fashion competencies – education, motivation, and implementation – A roundtable conversation led by Christel Arnevik, Programme Manager of Fashion, Design School Kolding

Conversation partners: 

  • Nisrine Maati, 3D Manager & Trainer, BESTSELLER
  • Holly Vennell, Head of Marketing, Birger Christensen (Rotate/Remain)

Description: The digital fashion industry is on the rise, and with that follows the need for building new skills, competencies, and potentially a digital mindset. In this conversation with Nisrine Maati (Bestseller) and Holly Vennell (Birger Christensen), we discuss education, motivation, possibilities, and changes in the way we work and think within fashion now and in the future.

Digital Fashion Exhibition

Location: Lifestyle Lab Copenhagen, Bredgade 74, 1260 Copenhagen

Date: 9-12 August, 2022

Opening ceremony: 10:00, 9 August, 2022

Title: Digital Fashion Exhibition – a conversation starter

Come and join us for a digital fashion experience during Copenhagen Fashion Week.

Why is digital fashion relevant and what does it even mean? How can you approach it as a company? How can you get into it as a customer? What opportunities lie in the digital space and how can they co-exist with and complement the physical.

From 9 to 12 August, Lifestyle Lab in collaboration with Aarhus University, Kolding Design School and the IT University of Copenhagen will host a small exhibition and a collection of conversations exploring the digital and the physical and what lies in between, the so-called phygital.

The exhibition will include 3D design, play, digital-only clothing, virtual reality and more, tapping into different areas of digital fashion, such as design, production, sales, new customers and platforms. The exhibition is free and open to everyone who is interested in getting into digital fashion. Stay tuned for more information about the talks and guided tours!

Visit brands like:

BANDICOOT IMAGING SCIENCES
DESIGN SCHOOL KOLDING
HERO BY AHLGREEN & VIRTUALL APS
JONAS KASPER JENSEN
KAPSULES
MANND
MOJOMOTO
VONOA

Roundtable 2

Date and time: 17 June 2022, 09:00-10:00 CEST (online)

Title: Digital fashion in the metaverse – A roundtable conversation led by Alexandra Ilg, Web3 Commerce Manager at The Dematerialised

Conversation partners:

  • Beata Wilczek, Head of Impact, THE DEMATERIALISED, Founder, Unfolding Strategies
  • Pavwan Ahmad, Multidisciplinary Fashion and Product Designer

Description: The digital fashion industry is on the rise, not lacking creators nor brands that are interested in capitalising on the possibilities of digital goods for the metaverse. Yet, this conversation takes a closer look at the owners and users of digital garments; exploring topics such as digital identity, ownership, the utility of digital assets and why anyone would want digital fashion in the first place.

Roundtable 1

Date and time: 15 June 2022, 09:00-10:00 CEST (online)

Title: An NFT primer, how to mint, what to mint and where to mint – A roundtable conversation led by Jonas Jensen, A roundtable conversation led by Jonas Jensen, Editor of NFTs, The Tokenizer, Crypto Artist, Researcher, ITU

Conversation partners:

  • Clemént Fontaine, Founder, TokenArt
  • Hervé Delhumeau, Founder, Monograma

Description: At the NFT primer, an expert panel will demystify NFTs with a simple to assess introduction to how NFTs can be created on a blockchain. The conversation will also discuss different practical use cases for NFTs such as metaverses, avatars, art, fashion, etc. The roundtable will give in-depth knowledge about the relatively short history of NFTs and look at where NFT as a technology might be heading.

New digital fashion competencies

Digital fashion in the metaverse

An NFT primer, how to mint, what to mint and where to mint

Recordings from 2021:

Brands, creativity, new possibilities

Education, industry, transition

Experience, immersion, responsibility

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