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Digital Fashion is creating a more inclusive Metaverse

Fashion has always been a form of self-expression, culture, and personality. It’s how you see yourself and want others to see you too. The same concept holds true for Digital Fashion, where individual expression is at its core.

digital fashion, virtual avatars

The more the Metaverse grows, the more designers are learning 3D software to be able to share their art not only physically but digitally too. Digital Fashion creates opportunities for everyone, making fashion design democratic. Creators can easily create their designs entirely digital without needing to spend any money on materials or necessarily need to attend a very expensive fashion school to be able to transform their ideas into digital pieces.

A clear example of inclusiveness is the brand who has designed the space under five inclusive pillars:

  • Breaking language barriers. Users will be able to feel connected to others without having to share the same language.

  • Allow access to avatars from diverse backgrounds, breaking down physical barriers.

  • Create options for self-expression.

  • Increase diversity and equity.

Web3 fashion is more than just a wardrobe for your avatars. As it works in the physical realm, it’s the same concept for Web 3.0 fashion. It reflects your personality, interests, political beliefs, and much more. You can change your attire as often as you like and utilize it as a form of non-verbal communication. Communities are essential for digital designers in the new Web 3.0 era - the backbone of any blockchain project is its community. Community events promote inclusivity and artistic freedom.

World of Women, The Fabricant, Digital fashion
World of Women + The Fabricant Digital Collection

On another note, A report from the Institute of Digital Fashion and the Circular Fashion Summit found that 70% of survey respondents said gender representation in the metaverse is essential to them, while 60% were concerned about the increased potential for bullying and discrimination against disabled people in virtual spaces.

More over, The metaverse has the potential to bring together independent designers making an impact and from there, anything can happen, including partnerships, collaborations, unique launches and community growth.

ZERO 10 App, digital fashion
ZERO 10 App

In conclusion, we have an opportunity to get it right from the beginning - to make this space accessible to EVERYONE. It’s on us, meaning that brands, agencies, tech companies and creators building virtual worlds and decentralized experiences must create them with inclusivity in mind.


About us:

HONEY is a women-led digital fashion studio founded in 2021. We specialise in fashion design and animation for metaverses, digitalisation of physical collections, and fashion NFT creation.

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