NATURE ODYSSEY | The Dualistic Traveler

NATURE ODYSSEY | The Dualistic Traveler

Creating a sense of home and of belonging anywhere comes easy, through various mediums including their work spaces and social circles they include themselves in.

NATURE ODYSSEY | The Dualistic Traveler

Creating a sense of home and of belonging anywhere comes easy, through various mediums including their work spaces and social circles they include themselves in.

We are entering into a time where consumers give more importance to meaning and origin. As a result, clothes that tell a story excite. Traditional techniques and local materials will be used and showcased in new ways, as creatives adapt the making process to add meaning and value to products. Organic and sustainable sources are essential to The Dualistic Traveler – learning about how and where the garment is made is as important as the visual of the finished piece.

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Brooke Gregson, Mazza, VRAM

Earthy tones are set to a backdrop of minimal silhouettes reflecting sustainability and a no-waste mantra. Prints reflecting nature an bio-diverse landscapes are in abundance – from the unusual colours of the sky in its rarest form and the untapped beauty of nature’s remarkable elements. Sustainability is increasingly becoming the key factor in consumer purchase decision making.

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Daniela Villegas, Chaumet Tokyo Exhibition 2018, Mizuki

Sustainable luxury travel is on the rise and proving particularly popular with Millenials. The Dualistic Traveler is therefore seeking new ways to travel that allow them to give back to local environments and also make them feel like they’re doing good ate the same time. We are globalizing and boundaries that were once in place are increasingly becoming limitless. As a result, e-commerce and communications will shift.

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Wendy Yue, Lin Shiao Tung, Crevoshay

IFueled by elevated global wealth and increased internet connectivity across the globe, people who have never shopped online will place their first orders, and overall, more than 2 billion people will place at least once online order in 2019. The world feels smaller and more connected than ever. Key areas to explore include India, Africa, China, which has the world’s largest e-commerce market, and Southeast Asia.

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