Forbes: LVMH Innovation Award 2022 Finalist DressX Wants To Be The Google Cloud Of Digital Fashion


Ukrainian DRESSX became the finalist of the LVMH Innovation Award 2022 in the category 3D/Virtual Product Experience & Metaverse among 950 companies as innovative and merging fashion and tech.

  • The startup presented its metafashion solution at Viva Technology 2022.
  • DRESSX now joins LVMH Maison des Startups, working directly with LVMH Innovation Team and receiving mentorship from the group.
  • Daria Shapovalova and Natalia Modenova took time out from Viva Tech and sat down with the Forbes editor Stephanie Hirschmiller in Paris to discuss how the metaverse has turbo charged business, why physical brands need digital fashion and DRESSX’s ambition to be the Google Cloud of digital wearables – read more:

Daria Shapovalova and Natalia Natalia Modenova, founders at DRESSX: “Founded less than 2 years ago, today we are honored to share our vision with the industry’s biggest players and receive support and recognition from fashion’s leading companies, brands and innovators. We believe in the power of collaboration, and we are sure that by merging traditional fashion expertise and attention to detail with the new technology and creative mindset, we can make a powerful change for the industry and for the world”

Read more via Forbes

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