A leader in innovative digital fashion technologies, ZERO10 has worked with brands like Edward Crutchley and Barragán to produce cutting-edge virtual garments. Looking to build a greater community of digital fashion enthusiasts the creative hub has just launched an augmented reality platform giving designers, brands, and users a space to create and wear virtual clothing. With the aim to create a place to not only display but make virtual clothing wearable, the innovative space hopes to harness the power of AR to bridge the physical and digital worlds of fashion.
‘We want our platform to become the designated space for collaboration, community and connection where anyone who is passionate about design, technology, content and digital fashion has a chance to bring their ideas into the world via augmented reality’, explains ZERO10 CEO George Yashin.
Providing creatives and brands of all levels a place to house their virtual clothing designs, ZERO10 hopes the platform will be a big step towards more people adopting virtual wardrobes. With updates already planned for the near future, the company also plans to introduce ZERO10 Studio, a feature on the platform that will allow creators to transform their designs into augmented reality through user-friendly body-mapping design tools.
You can discover the ZERO10 AR Fashion Platform now at platform.zero10.app.