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Clothing will need to evolve quickly 服装需要迅速发展

2022-04-03 12:56:06 simyang 2

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What will our lives look like in 2050? Self-repairing clothes and cosmetics ingredients grown in the sea are just two of the predictions from these fashion and beauty insiders.

“Clothing will need to evolve quickly as it will become crucial to the survival of the human race. Headgear that filters toxins and pollution from the air will become necessary, as will clothing and accoutrements that can collect and purify water directly. Garments that protect us from everything from extreme temperatures to bullets will also become increasingly important as the world devolves into climate chaos and its accompanying wars. Wearable technology will provide a means of escape to the spectre of a beautiful elsewhere, and fully immersive metaverse suits will be a highly desired commodity.”

– Mic. Carter, creative director, L’Uomo Strano; lecturer at X University (formerly Ryerson University); elementary-school teacher

“The future of fashion will see us moving away from using new fabrics To focus more on upcycled materials that will minimize our carbon footprint and reduce waste. The use of dead stock will hopefully become more of The norm, ensuring that our clothing remains in circulation rather Than ending up in a landfill.”

– Hannah Kim, co-founder, Ai

“petroleum by-products will no longer be part of our routines. More of our packaging will be compostable and made from 100 per cent pcr materials. we’ll be able to refill our household and beauty products in every major grocery store and pharmacy. sustainable plants will be the leading ingredients in our multi-use formulas.”

– Julie Clark, founder and co-CEO, Province Apothecary

“in much the same way that lead and mercury were legislated out of consumer products, we will see many fabrics and production methods used today eventually outlawed.”

– Doug Stephens, founder and CEO, Retail Prophet

“sustainable synthetic materials will respond to our surroundings to protect us from whatever dangerous elements we have invoked on ourselves, like heat, germs and cold. and ethically harvesting and using traditional materials that we know are biodegradable and functional, like fur, will be more critical than ever.”

– Sage Paul, executive and artistic director, Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto

“We may see a need for dietary supplements that will protect us from UVA and UVB exposure as a natural SPF 50+.”

– Mathilde Thomas,

co-founder, Caudalie

“In the future, consumers will look for clothing that responds to an increasing number of criteria—weather, planet, lifestyle and self-expression—without compromising the future of our planet. We’ll also see advancements that conserve resources, like base layers and outerwear with temperatureregulating insulation.”

– Francis Guindon, VP of marketing, Want Les Essentiels and Quartz Co.

“We may not have access to the natural resources that we’re so fortunate to be using on a global scale today. We’ll need to source ingredients that are kind to the planet and still highly effective. An example of this would be using hydroponic farming— a way to foster and grow plants in water— which would allow us to use less water.”

– Abena Antwi, associate product developer and director, Burt’s Bees

“We’ll know that ‘natural’ doesn’t always mean safe or sustainable. We’ll continue exploring innovation to improve sourcing, use synthetic lab ingredients and produce smarter packaging options. If we don’t start now, our natural resources will be scarce and the beauty industry will not be a priority. Instead, our beauty routines will be replaced by sanitary routines.”

– Jennifer Brodeur, founder, JB Skin Sävvi; celebrity facialist

“Sci-fi films fill our imagination with what fashions might look like in 2050, but the more important message is: What are we doing to make sure we’ll get to see 2050? We might experience hot weather, freezing rain, snowstorms, floods and tornadoes all in one day, so we’ll need items that can transition and function for us.” »

– Courtney Chew, founder, Ocin

“We’ll see a shift toward glass packaging, bioplastics, bulk purchasing and refill options aimed at reducing needless waste. We’ll start to see shelves with unlabelled containers from refilleries that are reused multiple times before eventually being recycled. Products sold in labelled containers will be made from renewable or recycled materials and end up in composts.”

– Laura Whitaker, founder, Wildcraft “The free radicals that result from extreme heat will age our skin faster, resulting in a huge demand for antioxidantrich skincare with UV protection. consumers will likely find Themselves looking for natural antiaging producTs at a much earlier age Than previous generations did.”

– Melissa Della Porta, founder and CEO, Poetry of the Gods

“I think we’ll be wearing fully traceable garments made from entirely biodegradable, circular and sustainable materials that transform into many different outfits so all of us can have tiny closets that encourage us to do more with fewer items.” – Kristi Soomer, founder and CEO, Encircled

“Climate Change will only get worse from here, and we’ll find the wisdom to adapt in plants. textiles will be solely hyper-regional and all-natural, and we’ll be fostering low-water, droughtresistant plants to make them. these innovative fabrics will be layered to withstand extreme weather. large-scale supply Chains will Collapse, and fashion will focus on local textiles. it will be a new era—one that Champions items designed to last. we’ll wear them more and repair them only as needed.”

– Rene Gauthier, CEO, Ecologyst

“Minimalist routines with multi-use products will be the new norm. We’ll use fewer products with more creativity, techniques and intention. Creating 52 shades of anything will be a thing of the past. From ingredients grown in the sea to refill stations, the world of cosmetics will be based on innovation, science and community marketing.”

– Brandi Leifso, founder and CEO, Evio

“Fashion evolves with human needs, and by 2050, the need will surely be to consume less and respect more— to value the minds and hands that make the garments, to wear that which doesn’t harm the planet and to recognize that clothing is an extension of personal beliefs and therefore an opportunity to be and do better.”

– Lesley Hampton, founder and designer, Lesley Hampton

“I foresee beauty-care regimens potentially evolving into multi-step routines to meet the demands of extremely stressed skin due to the environment and multi-tasking technologies to meet the needs of skin that may begin to experience changes sooner than later. People may also begin to adopt skincare regimens at an earlier age to address changes happening in their skin due to external stressors.”

– Rolanda Johnson Wilkerson, senior director, Fellow Beauty Care, Procter & Gamble

“In the future, we’ll be wearing slow-fashion pieces that are modular, adaptable and regenerative and made with local fibres, Indigenous knowledge and recycled waste. The year 2050 will also see bioengineered garments that respond to personal needs and the environment and that can even selfrepair, like an enhanced secondary skin. These ‘living’ looks will provide built-in health benefits, like vitamin delivery, and shield us from invisible harmful pollutants. Maybe we won’t even be wearing clothing as we know it but ethereal clouds of micro-organisms that morph around our body, both beautiful and protective. Speculative fashion science!”

– Anika Kozłowski, assistant professor, Fashion Design, Ethics & Sustainability, The Creative School at X University

“Retailers will have to make climate concerns a priority, similar to what Holts has done by committing to a net-zero carbon target by 2040. Focusing on how we can reduce our carbon footprint will influence everything from the textiles of the apparel we sell to the materials our stores are furnished with— really everything.”

– Joseph Tang, fashion director, Holt Renfrew

时尚和美容业内人士对未来的预测,如果全球变暖继续造成严重破坏,这是一个由威尔士亲王殿下牵头的鼓舞人心的英国设计项目,如何改善对环境的影响以及原住民制造商的建议。 2050年我们的生活会是什么样子?在海中生长的自我修复衣服和化妆品成分只是这些时尚和美容业内人士的两个预测。 "服装需要迅速发展,因为它将对人类的生存至关重要。过滤空气中毒素和污染的头盔将变得必要,可以直接收集和净化水的衣服和装备也将是必要的。保护我们免受从极端温度到子弹的一切的服装也将变得越来越重要,因为世界陷入气候混乱及其伴随的战争。可穿戴技术将提供一种逃避其他地方美丽幽灵的手段,而完全身临其境的元界套装将成为人们非常渴望的商品。 – 麦克风.卡特,创意总监,L'Uomo Strano;X大学(原瑞尔森大学)讲师;小学老师 "时尚的未来将看到我们不再使用新面料,而是更多地关注升级再造的材料,以最大限度地减少我们的碳足迹并减少浪费。使用死货有望成为常态,确保我们的衣服保持流通,而不是最终进入垃圾填埋场。 – Hannah Kim,Ai联合创始人 "石油副产品将不再是我们日常生活的一部分。我们的更多包装将是可堆肥的,由100%的PCR材料制成。我们将能够在每个主要的杂货店和药房补充我们的家庭和美容产品。可持续植物将成为我们多用途配方的主要成分。

– Julie Clark,省药剂师创始人兼联合首席执行官"就像铅和汞被立法排除在消费品中一样,我们将看到今天使用的许多织物和生产方法最终被取缔。–Doug Stephens,Retail Prophet创始人兼首席执行官"可持续合成材料将响应我们的周围环境,以保护我们免受我们对自己造成的任何危险元素的侵害,如热量,细菌和寒冷。以合乎道德的方式收获和使用我们知道是可生物降解和功能性的传统材料,如毛皮,将比以往任何时候都更加重要。– Sage Paul,多伦多原住民时装周执行兼艺术总监"我们可能会看到对膳食补充剂的需求,这些补充剂可以保护我们免受UVA和UVB的暴露,作为天然的SPF 50 +。- 玛蒂尔德·托马斯,Caudalie联合创始人"在未来,消费者将寻找能够响应越来越多的标准(天气,地球,生活方式和自我表达)的服装,而不会影响我们星球的未来。我们还将看到节约资源的进步,例如具有温度调节绝缘的基层和外套。– Francis Guindon,Want Les Essentiels and Quartz Co.营销副总裁"我们可能无法获得我们今天有幸在全球范围内使用的自然资源。我们需要采购对地球友善且仍然非常有效的成分。这方面的一个例子是使用水培农业 - 一种在水中培育和种植植物的方法 - 这将使我们能够使用更少的水。– Abena Antwi,Burt's Bees副产品开发人员兼总监"我们会知道'天然'并不总是意味着安全或可持续。我们将继续探索创新,以改善采购,使用合成实验室成分并生产更智能的包装选项。如果我们现在不开始,我们的自然资源将稀缺,美容行业将不再是优先事项。相反,我们的美容程序将被卫生程序所取代。– Jennifer Brodeur,JB Skin Sävvi创始人;名人面部护理师

"科幻电影用2050年的时尚填充了我们的想象力,但更重要的信息是:我们正在做些什么来确保我们能看到2050年?我们可能会在一天内经历炎热的天气,冻雨,暴风雪,洪水和龙卷风,因此我们需要可以为我们过渡和运行的物品。» – Courtney Chew,Ocin 创始人 "我们将看到向玻璃包装,生物塑料,批量采购和补充包装选项的转变,旨在减少不必要的浪费。我们将开始看到货架上有来自回收站的未标记容器,这些容器在最终被回收之前被多次重复使用。在贴有标签的容器中出售的产品将由可再生或回收材料制成,最终制成堆肥。 – Laura Whitaker,Wildcraft创始人 "极端高温产生的自由基会使我们的皮肤更快地老化,从而对具有紫外线防护功能的抗氧化剂护肤品的巨大需求。消费者可能会发现自己在比前几代人更早的年龄寻找天然的抗衰老产品。 – Melissa Della Porta,Poetry of the Gods创始人兼首席执行官 "我认为我们将穿着完全可追溯的服装,这些服装由完全可生物降解,圆形和可持续的材料制成,这些材料可以变成许多不同的服装,这样我们所有人都可以拥有小衣柜,鼓励我们用更少的物品做更多的事情。 "从这里开始,气候变化只会变得更糟,我们会在植物中找到适应的智慧。纺织品将完全是超区域性和全天然的,我们将培育低水位,耐旱的植物来制造它们。这些创新面料将分层以承受极端天气。大规模的供应链将崩溃,时尚将专注于当地的纺织品。这将是一个新时代 - 一个冠军物品设计持久的时代。我们会更多地佩戴它们,并仅在需要时进行维修。 – Rene Gauthier,Ecologyst首席执行官 "多用途产品的极简主义程序将成为新常态。我们将使用更少的产品,具有更多的创造力,技术和意图。创造52种色调的任何东西都将成为过去。从在海洋中种植的原料到补充站,化妆品的世界将基于创新,科学和社区营销。 – Brandi Leifso,Evio创始人兼首席执行官 "时尚随着人类的需求而发展,到2050年,需求肯定是减少消费,更多地尊重 - 重视制作服装的思想和双手,穿着不会伤害地球的衣服,并认识到服装是个人信仰的延伸,因此是一个做得更好的机会。

– Lesley Hampton,Lesley Hampton创始人兼设计师 "我预见到美容护理方案可能会演变成多步骤的例行程序,以满足由于环境和多任务技术而导致的极度紧张的皮肤的需求,以满足可能早晚开始发生变化的皮肤需求。人们也可能在较早的年龄开始采用护肤方案,以解决由于外部压力源而导致的皮肤变化。 – Rolanda Johnson Wilkerson,Procter & Gamble Fellow Beauty Care高级总监 "在未来,我们将穿着模块化,适应性强且可再生的慢时尚单品,并用当地纤维,土着知识和回收废物制成。到2050年,还将看到生物工程服装,这些服装可以响应个人需求和环境,甚至可以自我修复,就像增强的次级皮肤一样。这些"活生生"的外观将提供内在的健康益处,如维生素输送,并保护我们免受看不见的有害污染物的侵害。也许我们甚至不会穿我们所知道的衣服,而是在我们身体周围变形的空灵微生物云,既美丽又具有保护性。投机时尚科学! – Anika Kozłowski,X大学创意学院时装设计,伦理与可持续发展助理教授 "零售商将不得不将气候问题作为优先事项,类似于霍尔茨通过承诺到2040年实现净零碳目标所做的。专注于如何减少碳足迹将影响一切,从我们销售的服装纺织品到我们商店的家具材料 - 真的是一切。 – Joseph Tang,Holt Renfrew時尚總監