Shayli Harrison is an Antwerp Fashion Department alumna and the founder of MUTANI, a digital fashion unitive driven to inject the fashion into digital fashion. Curating and match-making next-level designers with their aesthetic equal in digital development to produce digital fashion assets for wear in games and virtual worlds. MUTANI is a network in the digital ecosystem that offers guidelines, support and services to IRL designers looking to reach URL audiences. In this way, MUTANI is able to open up the digital world to the most radical designers of our time and establish a space for this progressive contemporary fashion within the gaming universe.
Up to date with the fast-paced tech climate, Harrison is versed on topics such as: non-fungible tokens (NFT’s), decentralisation, web3.0 and the metaverse and how these concepts can be integrated into traditional fashion industry models but also female entrepreneurship, online inclusivity and digital identities.
Mutani is the first digital fashion startup in Belgium and aims to be the premier source for the most far out fashion in the cyberscene. Helping designers reach creative and financial emancipation through fashion digitisation.