A deep dive into the generative digital shapewear line from DRAUP, created in collaboration with artist Patternbase.
#001 Zeitgeist’s Virtual Fabrics
Eyes on Culture
#002 Fini Fashion
#003 Sophia Sinot’s AI Beauties
#004 Digital Skins
#005 Pixel Chix
#006 A Patchwork of ‘Digital Trash’
#007 Ecstatic Digital Vegetation
#008 An Exquisite Canvas
#009 Mugler’s Fantastical ‘97 Show
#010 A Fashion Event’s Still Life
#011 Iconic Footwear
#012 Intimate Screenshots
#013 Fanatic Fashion
#014 Paintings Seen Before
#015 Love on the Internet
#016 Fashioned Bodies
#017 Virtual Gluttony
#018 Unreal Dress
#019 Clothes Against AI
#020 Sick videos
#021 Sublime Cells
#022 Alternate (Game) Worlds
#023 The Real Glitch
#024 The Great Divide
#025 An Out of Control Goodbye Party
#026 Inked Data
#027 What Country Are We In?
#028 The Hemline Index
Written by DRAUP
At the Digital Fashion Summit in Mayfair's Royal Institution, 23 final works from our exceptional DRAUP X VERTICAL residents were displayed and then later auctioned, synthesizing their 8 weeks of intensive training.
The art of fashion in the digital lies in code-based craft.
Toby Shorin | Subpixel Space
Ana Kinsella | Dirt
Hito Steyerl | e-flux Journal
Bobby Hundreds | The Hundreds Blog
Peter Bauman and Casey Raes | Le Random
Tina He | Fakepixels
Jack Self | 032c
Peter Bauman | Le Random
The couture is in the craft. The craft is in the code. The code is the couture.
Genuine digital experiences—those that provide us with something the physical world cannot—demand a new symbolic language.
DRAUP’s inaugural collection SEEN ON SCREEN, co-created with Nicolas Sassoon, takes the moiré pattern as its subject.