Is it possible to foresee the future of fashion? Most science-fiction movies depict a future of fashion where humanity is dressed in tech-infused smart costumes, that almost always give the wearer some sort of superpowers.

Constant technological developments are the core source inspiration for the future of fashion, as we see it portrayed in the movies.

Another scenario is a future of fashion no longer plagued by animal cruelty, modern slavery, depletion of resources, and global pollution, where the only threat to our existence is a malevolent alien civilisation.

However, there's something that will never change - our human nature. It is an insatiable desire to signal status, to showcase 'who we are', hard-wired into our brains, after millions of years of evolution.

Call it, if you like, a body-dependent characteristic.

That is why predicting the future of fashion is not that simple. Fashion is about people and their peers, about social constructs, about showcasing who we are. Fashion is not about the latest technological advancements.

That is why, when talking about the future of fashion, no subjects revolve around the graphene-based material the shoes of the future might be made of or the type of internet we'll use 20 years from now.

What everybody wants to know is how we are going to look in the future: One of the more obvious questions is, 'How is the business suit going to evolve in the future' to more complex ones, as in:

'As our perception of luxury is constructed on heritage, craftsmanship, and high quality, what will happen when robots replace artisans, and countries are dissolved into a global borderless country'?

'Could AI become the craftsman of the future? 'Will the concept of luxury be reshaped according to these new values? If so, which ones?'

Over the past ten years, the world of fashion has been reshaped by the digital revolution, to replace century-old practices with technological marvels, fashion malls with e-commerce behemoths, and traditional materials with breakthrough sustainable alternatives.