Slooten, whose background is in fashion design, says she became acquainted with 3D modelling five years ago and fell in love with it. Kicki Perrson, brand manager at Carlings Sweden, says the response has been overwhelmingly positive and the company plans to drops its second digital-only collection this summer. While Drinkwater thinks we are still at least five to 10 years away from digital clothing being commonplace, we have a long way to go. You'll not only likely post once before relegating that over-sized blue puffer jacket to the back of your virtual wardrobe, but are actively encouraged to do so. We're here for it - whether we actually get there remains to be seen. The iridescent, translucent one-piece was designed by Amber Jae Slooten, creative director at The Fabricant, to be fitted onto a photo of the owner. In reaction to reports of influencers buying one-off outfits solely for Instagram, Carlings launched its first digital-only collection last November. Still, Murphy believes that digital clothing is inevitably the next frontier in fashion.
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