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From AI Clothing to Animals on the Runway at Paris Fashion Week

From AI Clothing to Animals on the Runway at Paris Fashion Week
By Jennifer Dobrowolski

Curated by Jennifer Dobrowolski Each week, Re-news brings you fresh information about the latest trends and breakthroughs in sustainable fashion

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Fashion of the Future: Will We Wear Clothes Designed by Artificial Intelligence?

Acne Studios debuted their first-ever artificial intelligence (AI) designed collection at Paris Fashion Week.

From AI Clothing to Animals on the Runway at Paris Fashion Week

The clothing was created in partnership with artist and programmer Robbie Barrat. 

‘When you design a collection, you have an idea of ​​what a jacket looks like, or a pair of trousers,’ says Jonny Johansson, creative director of Acne Studios.

‘The computer doesn’t know what a jacket is. It tries to learn from the images we gave it, and then creates its own idea. It was freeing, because we could then design a jacket that’s like from a parallel universe. ‘

Barrat is well known in the world of AI, or generative, art. Two years ago, code he devised was used to create an artwork that sold at Christie’s for £ 337,000 – the first of its kind.

Continue reading on metro.co.uk -> 

This Meghan Marke-Loved Brand Launched a Gorgeous Line of Recycled Handbags

Rothy just launched its first-ever sustainable handbag collection,  giving a whole new meaning to the idea of ​​a statement bag. 

The line features five bag silhouettes that are constructed using 100 percent recycled materials , including the brand’s signature fabric that is thread-spun from single-use water bottles, along with a new material: marine plastic (collected within 30 miles of coastlines). 

Read more at  people.com ->

Stella McCartney Sent Animals Down the Runway During Paris Fashion Week

The lifelong vegan designer showed off a collection full of faux fur coats, fake leather tracksuits and … animal costumes. 

From AI Clothing to Animals on the Runway at Paris Fashion Week

“We’re the only luxury house who aren’t killing animals to create fashion shows,” McCartney said  after her AW20  show on the Monday morning of Paris Fashion Week.

But I wanted to communicate that in a fun way. ” That” fun way “was a group of dancing, fancy dress costumed animals, who walked the finale with the models. They were there to greet guests too, as they walked into the Opera Garnier, where show-goers were also encouraged to take a sapling and plant a tree in an effort to make the show carbon neutral.

“We all have to be involved in making the fashion industry more environmentally conscious,” she said.

Continue reading on Vice.com ->

Cover image: Stella McCartney,  Mitchell Sams for Vice, other images via Acne Studios

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