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i-d's guide to the future of fashion

What does 2015 hold for fashion? To give you some idea, we look back to The Future Of Fashion Issue in which some of the most creative minds made their predictions for the year just gone.

by Tish Weinstock
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Jan 5 2015, 11:35am

Named after Janus, the Roman God of endings and new beginnings, January is both a month of reflection and a time of looking forward. In 2014, the fashion world saw it all from the dawn of 3D printing to the return of 90s logos, the rise of new faces to the return of old, familiar ones. There were sad departures and exciting appointments, an excess of high glamour and an abundance of sportswear chic. But what of the future? What does the year 2015 hold for fashion? To give you some idea, we look back to The Future Of Fashion Issue in which some of the most creative minds made their predictions for the year just gone.

''I have no idea!'' Petra Collins, photographer

''I think the future of fashion will have a lot more to do with technology.'' Hollie-May Saker, model

''I see fashion turning more into an androgynous street style.'' Natalie Westling, model

''There doesn't see to be any getting away from it, clothing!'' Raf Simons, designer

''Hopefully what's not already on the Internet!'' Meghan Collison, model

''Right now, 3D printing is something that we're looking at, the ability for consumers to customise what they want before printing in their own homes. We're not there yet but there are some very exciting projects that are being developed in that space.'' Natalie Massenet, founder of Net-a-Porter

''The future of fashion is what we make f it, let's see what the designers, photographers, stylists and models pull out of the bag.'' Sam Rollinson, model

''The future of fashion is, and always will be, what is already happening on the streets.'' Casey Legler, model

''Many things were done in the 60s and 70s, everything is going to be used in a ne way.'' Nastya Sten, model

''Individuality.'' Katlin Aas, model

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Credits


Text Tish Weinstock
Photography Daniel Jackson 
[The Future Of The Fashion Issue, No.329, Pre-Spring 2014]