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Ananya XR

Ananya XR

3D Artist, Fashion Designer, Digital Fashion Designer

3D Artist, Fashion Designer, Digital Fashion Designer

India / Singapore

India / Singapore

An inquisitive fashion and textile design graduate, currently pursuing a masters in digital fashion. My designs are an extension of the physical reality and targeted towards the citizens of the phygital future. My desire for holistic sustainability in the world of fashion drives me to play a part in the emerging virtual fashion movement.

Recent Projects

Recent Projects

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Hermaphrodite

The collection's prints and textile manipulations are heavily influenced by baroque pop and dream pop, subgenres of music where the songs have misleading upbeat melodies which is contrasted by depressive lyrical undertones. It highlights the masking of sadness and darkness with upbeat and bright tones, and inspired by that the collection has bright and dreamy tones and colours to give the customer a sense of safety and comfort with one's own skin and help mask the sadness in this world. A feeling that became all too relatable during the pandemic, when this collection was produced. The outfits were all made in one room during the peak of pandemic in Singapore, with no access to university studios or labs. The deadstock fabrics used are dyed naturally or artificially to give the effect and prints of the dream pop aesthetics, namely the band My Bloody Valentine's aesthete. The natural dyes are extracted from bisexual flowers.

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Hermaphrodite

The collection's prints and textile manipulations are heavily influenced by baroque pop and dream pop, subgenres of music where the songs have misleading upbeat melodies which is contrasted by depressive lyrical undertones. It highlights the masking of sadness and darkness with upbeat and bright tones, and inspired by that the collection has bright and dreamy tones and colours to give the customer a sense of safety and comfort with one's own skin and help mask the sadness in this world. A feeling that became all too relatable during the pandemic, when this collection was produced. The outfits were all made in one room during the peak of pandemic in Singapore, with no access to university studios or labs. The deadstock fabrics used are dyed naturally or artificially to give the effect and prints of the dream pop aesthetics, namely the band My Bloody Valentine's aesthete. The natural dyes are extracted from bisexual flowers.

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Scopophobia: The fear of being perceived

The Scopophobia genderless collection is for the Winter 23/24 season. The outfits use colours and prints with a digital age feel. Key elements of the collection are layers, ribbed fabrics, prints and textile manipulations, dark moody colours with a splash of colour. The collection comes with loose fittings and adjustable outerwear, making it available and accessible for everyone. Scopophobia is visualised to be a digital fashion collection in due course.

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Scopophobia: The fear of being perceived

The Scopophobia genderless collection is for the Winter 23/24 season. The outfits use colours and prints with a digital age feel. Key elements of the collection are layers, ribbed fabrics, prints and textile manipulations, dark moody colours with a splash of colour. The collection comes with loose fittings and adjustable outerwear, making it available and accessible for everyone. Scopophobia is visualised to be a digital fashion collection in due course.

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Hermaphrodite

The collection's prints and textile manipulations are heavily influenced by baroque pop and dream pop, subgenres of music where the songs have misleading upbeat melodies which is contrasted by depressive lyrical undertones. It highlights the masking of sadness and darkness with upbeat and bright tones, and inspired by that the collection has bright and dreamy tones and colours to give the customer a sense of safety and comfort with one's own skin and help mask the sadness in this world. A feeling that became all too relatable during the pandemic, when this collection was produced. The outfits were all made in one room during the peak of pandemic in Singapore, with no access to university studios or labs. The deadstock fabrics used are dyed naturally or artificially to give the effect and prints of the dream pop aesthetics, namely the band My Bloody Valentine's aesthete. The natural dyes are extracted from bisexual flowers.

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Hermaphrodite

The collection's prints and textile manipulations are heavily influenced by baroque pop and dream pop, subgenres of music where the songs have misleading upbeat melodies which is contrasted by depressive lyrical undertones. It highlights the masking of sadness and darkness with upbeat and bright tones, and inspired by that the collection has bright and dreamy tones and colours to give the customer a sense of safety and comfort with one's own skin and help mask the sadness in this world. A feeling that became all too relatable during the pandemic, when this collection was produced. The outfits were all made in one room during the peak of pandemic in Singapore, with no access to university studios or labs. The deadstock fabrics used are dyed naturally or artificially to give the effect and prints of the dream pop aesthetics, namely the band My Bloody Valentine's aesthete. The natural dyes are extracted from bisexual flowers.

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Scopophobia: The fear of being perceived

The Scopophobia genderless collection is for the Winter 23/24 season. The outfits use colours and prints with a digital age feel. Key elements of the collection are layers, ribbed fabrics, prints and textile manipulations, dark moody colours with a splash of colour. The collection comes with loose fittings and adjustable outerwear, making it available and accessible for everyone. Scopophobia is visualised to be a digital fashion collection in due course.

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Scopophobia: The fear of being perceived

The Scopophobia genderless collection is for the Winter 23/24 season. The outfits use colours and prints with a digital age feel. Key elements of the collection are layers, ribbed fabrics, prints and textile manipulations, dark moody colours with a splash of colour. The collection comes with loose fittings and adjustable outerwear, making it available and accessible for everyone. Scopophobia is visualised to be a digital fashion collection in due course.

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Hermaphrodite

The collection's prints and textile manipulations are heavily influenced by baroque pop and dream pop, subgenres of music where the songs have misleading upbeat melodies which is contrasted by depressive lyrical undertones. It highlights the masking of sadness and darkness with upbeat and bright tones, and inspired by that the collection has bright and dreamy tones and colours to give the customer a sense of safety and comfort with one's own skin and help mask the sadness in this world. A feeling that became all too relatable during the pandemic, when this collection was produced. The outfits were all made in one room during the peak of pandemic in Singapore, with no access to university studios or labs. The deadstock fabrics used are dyed naturally or artificially to give the effect and prints of the dream pop aesthetics, namely the band My Bloody Valentine's aesthete. The natural dyes are extracted from bisexual flowers.

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Hermaphrodite

The collection's prints and textile manipulations are heavily influenced by baroque pop and dream pop, subgenres of music where the songs have misleading upbeat melodies which is contrasted by depressive lyrical undertones. It highlights the masking of sadness and darkness with upbeat and bright tones, and inspired by that the collection has bright and dreamy tones and colours to give the customer a sense of safety and comfort with one's own skin and help mask the sadness in this world. A feeling that became all too relatable during the pandemic, when this collection was produced. The outfits were all made in one room during the peak of pandemic in Singapore, with no access to university studios or labs. The deadstock fabrics used are dyed naturally or artificially to give the effect and prints of the dream pop aesthetics, namely the band My Bloody Valentine's aesthete. The natural dyes are extracted from bisexual flowers.

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Scopophobia: The fear of being perceived

The Scopophobia genderless collection is for the Winter 23/24 season. The outfits use colours and prints with a digital age feel. Key elements of the collection are layers, ribbed fabrics, prints and textile manipulations, dark moody colours with a splash of colour. The collection comes with loose fittings and adjustable outerwear, making it available and accessible for everyone. Scopophobia is visualised to be a digital fashion collection in due course.

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Scopophobia: The fear of being perceived

The Scopophobia genderless collection is for the Winter 23/24 season. The outfits use colours and prints with a digital age feel. Key elements of the collection are layers, ribbed fabrics, prints and textile manipulations, dark moody colours with a splash of colour. The collection comes with loose fittings and adjustable outerwear, making it available and accessible for everyone. Scopophobia is visualised to be a digital fashion collection in due course.

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Hermaphrodite

The collection's prints and textile manipulations are heavily influenced by baroque pop and dream pop, subgenres of music where the songs have misleading upbeat melodies which is contrasted by depressive lyrical undertones. It highlights the masking of sadness and darkness with upbeat and bright tones, and inspired by that the collection has bright and dreamy tones and colours to give the customer a sense of safety and comfort with one's own skin and help mask the sadness in this world. A feeling that became all too relatable during the pandemic, when this collection was produced. The outfits were all made in one room during the peak of pandemic in Singapore, with no access to university studios or labs. The deadstock fabrics used are dyed naturally or artificially to give the effect and prints of the dream pop aesthetics, namely the band My Bloody Valentine's aesthete. The natural dyes are extracted from bisexual flowers.

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Hermaphrodite

The collection's prints and textile manipulations are heavily influenced by baroque pop and dream pop, subgenres of music where the songs have misleading upbeat melodies which is contrasted by depressive lyrical undertones. It highlights the masking of sadness and darkness with upbeat and bright tones, and inspired by that the collection has bright and dreamy tones and colours to give the customer a sense of safety and comfort with one's own skin and help mask the sadness in this world. A feeling that became all too relatable during the pandemic, when this collection was produced. The outfits were all made in one room during the peak of pandemic in Singapore, with no access to university studios or labs. The deadstock fabrics used are dyed naturally or artificially to give the effect and prints of the dream pop aesthetics, namely the band My Bloody Valentine's aesthete. The natural dyes are extracted from bisexual flowers.

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Scopophobia: The fear of being perceived

The Scopophobia genderless collection is for the Winter 23/24 season. The outfits use colours and prints with a digital age feel. Key elements of the collection are layers, ribbed fabrics, prints and textile manipulations, dark moody colours with a splash of colour. The collection comes with loose fittings and adjustable outerwear, making it available and accessible for everyone. Scopophobia is visualised to be a digital fashion collection in due course.

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Scopophobia: The fear of being perceived

The Scopophobia genderless collection is for the Winter 23/24 season. The outfits use colours and prints with a digital age feel. Key elements of the collection are layers, ribbed fabrics, prints and textile manipulations, dark moody colours with a splash of colour. The collection comes with loose fittings and adjustable outerwear, making it available and accessible for everyone. Scopophobia is visualised to be a digital fashion collection in due course.

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