Recently, digital fashion has been addressed in conjunction with the metaverse, a science fiction notion that has been hailed as the internet’s future. In Mark Zuckerberg’s metaverse, for example, we’ll all have miniature versions of ourselves roaming the digital environment. These virtual avatars will have virtual jobs, virtual social commitments, and virtual wardrobes. It’s still unclear how this Ready Player One-style universe will come together.
As the world progresses, our lives are becoming more technical than they are practical in nature. From eating to sleeping, we rely on technology to fulfil our objectives; therefore, fashion must keep pace with the rest of the world in order to grow the industry. Fashion is not a requirement when it comes to survival, but it is a mental getaway and an extremely vital element of recreation. In this way, when the entire world has returned to their respective homes as a result of the recent events that have occurred around the world, it becomes obvious for humans to find their way back to socialise and get back to work using virtual reality. As the world progresses, our lives are becoming more technical than practical. The clothing was also scheduled to expire after 90 days, according to the programmed being judged.
Digital fashion, on the other hand, is not limited to clothing for virtual characters. Fashion subculture that includes digital design and modelling of real-world clothing, uploading of designs for real and digital clothing to the blockchain (so that these files can be sold as NFTs), and even digital clothes rendered on real people. It is a growing trend in the fashion industry.