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Otis Fashion Students Design Clothes for 2030

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: otis.edu & fastcompany
Twenty years from now, everything will have changed in ways that are hard to predict, yet a group of Otis fashion students have designed clothes that they feel reflects the future of fashion. Under the supervision of Isabel and Ruben Toledo, they partnered up with outdoor clothing company Patagonia to create a line of functional, utilitarian outfits.

Clearly, these Otis fashion students believe 2030 will require durable, practical attire. Nevertheless, the draping fabrics and intricate structures denote a sense of sophistication that is also synonymous with the future. Stats for Futuristic Utilitarian Fashion Trending: Older & Average
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