TUESDAY - October 26th

17h00 | HIC ET NUNC – The impact of technology on art: artists and NFTs


Taís Koshino: Artist, Curator and Researcher (BRA), Cris Onofre, Visual Artist (BRA) and Musician, Estelle Flores, Visual Artist (BRA) and Gean, Design and Researcher of immersive three-dimensional and audiovisual technologies (BRA)

18h00 | Blockchain 101


Juarez Barbosa Junior, Azure Developer Relations Lead – Microsoft Ireland. – Host: Olivia Merquior, fundadora BRIFW (BRA)

19h00 | The internet of skin: wearable technology and smart fabrics


Alexa Pollmann, Leader of the Wearable Technology module, London Colloge of Fashion (UK), Douglas Atkinson, professor of the Wearable Technology module, London College of Fashion (UK) and Bruna Petreca, researcher in human experience and materials, Royal College of Art (BRA ) – Host: Olivia Merquior, founder BRIFW (BRA).

20h00 | SNAPCHAT: Wearable technology and the 5G world


Léo Macias, Global Creative Head Snapchat (CO) – Host: Olivia Merquior, BRIFW founder (BRA)

21h00 | Rave Digital and SHOWstudio The Class of 2021


Adam Andrascik, co-founder of SHOWstudio Class 2021 and RAVE DIGITAL (UK) / HOST Pia Rey, Stylist & correspondent Vogue Talents (AR)

WEDNESDAY - October 27th

17h00 | DESIGN BY NATURE + WAAG – Biodesign: working with living matter


Lucas De Man, CEO and Founder Biobased Creations, Beatriz Sandini, Designer e Concept developer da WAAG e Ista Boszhard, Concept Developer e Co-founder da WAAG – Host: Olivia Merquior, founder BRIFW (BRA)

18h00 | 5G’s Impact on Fashion


Ana Raqu el S. Hernandes, Head da Yahoo Creative Studios (BRA). – Host: Olivia Merquior, founder BRIFW (BRA)

19h00 | THE INVENTION OF THE FUTURE: fiction and science


Alexander Meireles da Silva, criador de conteúdo do Fantasticursos (BRA), Lidia Zuin, jornalista e pesquisadora (BRA) e Lu Ain-Zaila pedagoga e escritora (BRA). – Host: Olivia Merquior, founder BRIFW (BRA)

20h00 | INSTITUTE OF DIGITAL FASHION – Radical revolution: the challenges of unveiling the future.


Catty Tay, Co-fundadora IoDF (UK) e Leanne Elliott Young, Co-fundadora IoDF (UK) – Host: Pia Rey, Stylist & correspondente Vogue Talents (AR)

21h00 | Aesthetics and Poetics of the Posthuman


Aun Helden Artista Performática (BRA). – Host: Olivia Merquior, founder BRIFW (BRA)

THURSDAY - October 28th

17h00 | BRIFW – Report: The STATE of future


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18h00 | THE FUTURE OF BEAUTY: make up as a resistence strategy


Maud Acheanpong: Make-up Artist. – Host: Olivia Merquior, fundadora BRIFW (BRA)



João Fernandes, Artistic Director of Instituto Moreira Salles (BRA) and Robin Stethen – Founder and head of the Museum of Other Realities (MOR) – Host: Olivia Merquior, founder BRIFW (BRA)

20h00 | DRESSX – The future of retail: what, where and how you sell fashion today?


Daria Shapovalova, Fundadora e CEO DRESSX (RU), Natalia Modenova, Fundadora e COO DRESSX (RU), Julie Krasnienko, Head de Produto e membro fundador DRESSX (RU) e Olga Chernysheva, CSO DRESSX (RU) – Host: Olivia Merquior, fundadora BRIFW (BRA)

21h00 | THE FABRICANT –Digital fashion houses: The Direct To Avatar Economy

Adriana Hoppenbrouwer, co-fundadora The Fabricant (BRA) – Host: Olivia Merquior, fundadora BRIFW (BRA)
FRIDAY - October 29th



Olívia Merquior – BRIFW Founder, Eris Snail – Virtual Art Director, Augusto Mariotti – FFW Director and Iza Dezon – Trends Researcher.

18h00 | Game, beyond entreteiment


Eris Snail – Tech Art Director na LightFarm (BRA). –  Host: Olivia Merquior, Fouder BRIFW.

19h00 | The future of Fashion Weeks


Mr. Alexander Shumsky, President of the Russian Fashion Council and Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia (UK) and Lady PheOnix founder of Universe Contemporary at Crypto Fashion Week – Host: Olivia Merquior, founder BRIFW (BRA

20h00 | CLARA DAGUIN x GOOGLE JACQUARD – Connected fashion: immersion beyond the digital


Clara Daguin, Fashion Designer (FRA) – Host: Isabel Junqueira, Journalist (BRA – FRA)

21h00 | VOGUE’S: The new fashion content: the future of stories told in expanded realities


Sara Sozzani Maino, Deputy Editor in Chief Vogue Italia and Head of Vogue Talents (IT), Norman Tan Editor-in-Chief Vogue Singapore, Atenea Morales De La Cruz, Culture & Lifestyle Editor, VOGUE Mexico & Latin America (MX) e Paula Merlo, Chief Content Vogue Brasil (BRA). – Host: HOST Pia Rey, Vogue Talents (AR)


Olivia Merquior is the director of the Brazilian creative agency Dacri Deviati, fashion coordinator for Première Vision Paris in Latin America, and founder of Brazil Immersive Fashion Week. Her work is focused on promoting platforms for developing new creative perspectives; among them are the Brazilian Center for Fashion Design and the curatorship of the SPFW Greenhouse Project’s fashion shows. Anyone who wants to know more about her keen eye for fashion dilemmas can listen to her weekly insights on @highlowpodcast.


Leanne Elliott Young is an industry lead, innovator, highly sought-after commentator recognised globally, on the topics of fashion futures, digital innovations, inclusivity in tech, sustainability, fashion-tech and industry disruption.  Young has spent 15 years inventing, incubating, installing creative concepts for future-facing living and fusing the established with progressive, youth-centric points. Spearheading experiential marketing and strategy for Nike at the iconic Room 72, Young directed and rolled out experiences worldwide within the Global Entertainment and Marketing team.


Digital fashion pioneer, Cattytay is a self taught, London-based 3D designer. Whilst studying Textile Design at Chelsea College of Art & Design, Cattytay found themselves frustrated with the physical constraints of their IRL fashion practice. Whilst working as Head of Digital Fashion and Fabrication at Merlin, they turned their attention to the digital world, becoming immersed within the 3D metaverse and soon was established as a dominant force. In 2018 Cattytay founded DIGI-GXL, a community of womxn, trans, intersex and non-binary digital designers in what remains a male-dominated industry. The platform offers software technical guidance, industry advice and creative support to a queer community of creators.

Adriana Hoppenbrouwer

Born in Brazil, Adriana is the co-founder of The Fabricant, the leading digital fashion house making fashion that is only virtual, never physical. Adriana amassed 20 years of experience, holding marketing and commercial positions up to board level in large global consumer brands, often with the development of new digital business models and digital brands.


Adam Andrascik is a London based Creative Director, entrepreneur and leader in the emerging digital fashion scene. He is co-founder of SHOWstudio’s Class of 2020 / 21 with Nick Knight and Rave Digital, a first-of-its-kind digital fashion x gaming initiative at Ravensbourne University. He is also course leader on the inaugural ‘Digital Technology for Fashion’ pathway at Ravensbourne University, the first in London, focusing on new technologies, sustainability through digitisation and the metaverse as well as co-founder of Web3 startup Provenanced.


Prior to DRESSX, Daria established Mercedes-Benz Kiev Fashion Days and More Dash. Called ‘Kiev Fashion’s Queen Bee’ by Vogue UK, Daria is famous for putting Ukraine on the world’s fashion map. Daria is featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe and BOF 500 Most Influential People lists. Under Daria’s creative guidance, Mercedes-Benz Kiev Fashion Days quickly became the largest fashion event in the region. She established the Kiev Fashion Institute and a Fashion Tech Summit. There, she spearheaded discussions focused on bridging fashion with technology. As the next spin in her career, Daria moved to San Francisco, got an MBA, started a company in the United States, alongside her business partner Natalia Modenova, that became DRESSX. 


Natalia has more than 10 years of experience in the fashion industry, her main activities include founding a showroom More Dash in Paris and international conference Fashion Tech Summit alongside her business partner Daria Shapovalova. Natalia was a curator of the Fashion Business course at Kiev Fashion Institute, curator at Creative Ukraine conference. After 4 seasons as press-attaché at Mercedes-Benz Kiev Fashion Days, Natalia became it’s COO. In 2020 Natalia (along with her co-founder) launched their first tech company DRESSX. Natalia Modenova is in the list of Highsnobiety for TOP13 experts weigh in on Fashion NFT and in Threedium TOP50 Voices driving the conversation in AR, VR and 3D and featured in Forbes USA, Financial Times, Vogue Business, WWD, Business of Fashion, Dazed and other media.


Julie has over 15 years experience in the tech and mobile software industry, from marketing to operations knowing every aspect of tech business. She previously led the product marketing at Looksery, a Ukrainian Startup that became a leader in the augmented reality field and was acquired by Snap Inc. for $150M. After acquisition worked for 2 years as a Director at Snap Ukraine. At DRESSX Julie connects online and real worlds by building solutions for wearing sustainable digital fashion of the future.


Ex-Deloitte business analyst, Olga holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering. After moving to Gabon, she founded her non-profit organisation Kleen’upPOG to spread awareness about the environmental issues, waste and plastic management. Olga joined the DRESSX team first as a volunteer and later took the role of Chief Sustainability Officer. Constantly growing her knowledge on sustainability, she recently graduated from the Business Sustainability Management program by Cambridge University.

Leo Macias

A Global Creative Head at Snap, He’s helping the company with creativity in business to launch the most important innovations as new games, original series, Spotlight, new wearable products, developing business campaigns in partnership with global brands like Nike, Gucci, Ralph Lauren, Uber, Disney, WB among others.

Alexa Pollmann

A Design-Researcher and Subject Leader in Wearable Technology at the London College of Fashion(UAL). Since 2014, she runs the Peut-Porter Design Collective and works on projects that combine performance, fashion, technology and interactive to create participatory and inclusive experiences. A maker with a background in fashion, she also has worked with digital and immersive tools ever since and holds an MA in Design Interactions (RCA). The Peut-Porter Collective is currently co-directing DAZZLE in collaboration with Studio Gibson Martelli, a mixed-reality costume ball and showcase combining open-source and zero-waste fashion with performance and live motion capture.

Douglas Atkinson

Douglas is a Lecturer in Wearable Technology at London College of Fashion (LCF), having held lecturing and research roles at a number of UK Universities. He has a background in fashion pattern cutting, working with sustainable micro businesses and large international luxury brands. Douglas is currently completing a PhD at UCL Knowledge Lab investigating the role of touch in garment design development, and the potential for digital technologies to support garment designers’ touch practices.


Research Fellow in Human Experience & Materials of the Materials Science Research Centre, Royal College of Art. Her research is focused on integration of human experience, particularly multi-sensory and embodied aspects, into the new areas of materials development where it is critical, such as: circular economy, on-site/on-demand manufacture, digital environments, and health and wellbeing. She is leading the Consumer Experience strand of the UKRI Interdisciplinary Textiles Circularity Centre (co-lead Prof Carey Jewitt, PI Prof Sharon Baurley).

Lucas De Man

CEO of Company New Heroes and Biobased Creations Lucas works as a Tv host for National Dutch Television with mainly shows on art and design. He is also a host and performer on stages all over Europe and beyond.  

Beatriz Sandini

A designer and concept developer at Waag’s TextileLab Amsterdam, where she collaborates on reframing the future of textiles and fashion by working on several research and educational projects across the globe. Being born in Brazil, Beatriz studied business administration, worked as a product manager for a big fashion retailer for many years, and later founded her own fashion brand. Since 2018 she has lived in Amsterdam, where she kicked off her journey into a creative multi-disciplinary design path by researching innovative biomaterials and digital fabrication techniques.

Ista Boszhard

A Concept developer and co-founder of Waag’s prize winning TextileLab Amsterdam where she mainly focuses on cultural innovation for the textile and clothing industry. In her work she always questions the status quo that we are used to and explores possible and desired alternatives. She empowers and connects people by building communities that want to push things forward together. She is experienced in guiding people through transformative and creative processes by combining different methods such as storytelling, co-creation, design and scenario thinking.

Ana Raquel Hernandes

Head of Yahoo Creative Studio, from Yahoo. She is currently one of the biggest specialists in technology oriented to advertising and entertainment in the Brazilian market. She leads, in Brazil, the RYOT Studio, Yahoo’s branded content and immersive storytelling studio. Ana Raquel Hernandes also has experience at Ford, Cubocc and J. Walter Thompson.


Norman Tan is an award-winning editor with 10 years of experience in luxury print and digital publishing. With a passion for storytelling that bridges fashion and technology, Tan continues to push boundaries as the current Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Singapore. He previously held the same role at Esquire Singapore for over two years. Prior to that, he successfully launched Buro. Singapore in 2015 and is widely regarded as the most digitally astute editor in the region.

Maud Acheampong

Bronx-based multidisciplinary performance artist, has been mesmerizing people with ludic transformations on their Instagram account DaintyFunk. But who sees their beautiful work maybe is not aware of the strong political statements against hyper-surveillance and social control that grounds their creativity.

Lidia Zuin

Lidia Zuin is a journalist and futurology researcher. Master in semiotics, doctoral student in visual arts, lecturer, professor, and science fiction writer. As an academic researcher, she has published texts in periodicals and books.

Lu Ain-Zaila

She is an educator. Afrofuturist writer of the works Duologia Brasil 2408 – (In)Verdades e(R)Evolução (2016-2017), Sankofia (2018) and Ìségún (2019), short stories in anthologies and does research related to education and literature. She focuses on the importance of imagining and realizing afrofutures and positive futures. She has public short stories and in the context of law 10.639/03, black narratives centered on black philosophical, cultural, historical, mythological and humanistic values.

Alexander Meireles da Silva

Alexander Meireles da Silva is an Associate Professor at the Federal University of Catalão, where he works in the Undergraduate and Graduate Programs in Language Studies at the same institution. He has a PhD in Comparative Literature from UFRJ (2008). He is a founding member of the research groups “Estudos do Gótico” (CNPq) and “Nós do insólito: Vertentes da Ficção, da Teoria e da Crítica” (CNPq). Author and editor of several academic works. Since 2017 he is content producer of the YouTube channel Fantasticursos, where he helps those who write, research and teach to use fantasy, gothic, science fiction and weird fiction in their diverse activities.


Artistic Director of Instituto Moreira Salles since August 2019. Previously, he was, for six years, Deputy Artistic Director of the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid. And previously, he was also Deputy Director of the Serralves Museum, in Porto, between 1996 and 2002, to then assume the duties of Director of this Museum between 2003 and 2012.


Designer and co founder of The Museum of Other Realities, where he is exploring new ways of interacting with information and one another. He received his Bachelors of Industrial Design from Emily Carr in 2016 and worked as an industrial designer with Woke studio in Vancouver after graduation.

 Lady PheOnix

Leading voice for contemporary digital art and culture, providing an essential platform for the art and artists of our time. She is the founder of Crypto Fashion Week, a virtual event linking the world of fashion to the metaverse.


Alexander Shumsky is President of Russian Fashion Council and co-founder of Fashion Fund from Russia. In 2000 he founded Russian Fashion Week in Moscow (Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia since 2011), one of the largest fashion weeks in the world and the largest one in Russia and Eastern Europe, since that time it is held twice a year, in March and October. Russian Fashion Council is an institution, structure-forming of the fashion industry in Russia and developing educational programs for emerging designers.


Technical artist and RaD. I like snails and afternoon tea. There, that sums me up.


Clara Daguin collaborates with researchers, stylists, film-makers, artists and musicians. She was a finalist of the 2016 Hyeres International Fashion Festival and has been showing her work regularly during Paris Fashion week since. Her newest work was presented during Paris Haute Couture in July 2021, a creative experiment in partnership with Google ATAP (Advanced Technology and Projects) engineers, integrating connectivity into garments using the proprietary Jacquard by Google technology. This was the first time Google ATAP has entrusted a fashion designer with an artistic carte blanche.

Isabel Junqueira

Graduated in journalism (PUC-Rio) and art history (Université Panthéon-Sorbonne Paris), Isabel Junqueira is a journalist specializing in culture and lifestyle. She is a Vogue Brasil correspondent in Paris since 2010, she has interviewed top fashion professionals including Alber Elbaz, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Anthony Vaccarello, Nicolas Ghesquière, Olivier Rousteing, Angela Missoni, Laudomia Pucci, Silvia Fendi, Peter Lindbergh, Delphine Arnault and Alexandre de Betak. She is also a collaborator of major titles in Brazil (Casa Vogue, Glamor, GQ, Folha de São Paulo, Piauí) and abroad (Madame Figaro, Air France Madame, Rika).


Sara joined Condè Nast in 1995 achieving experience working in many of Vogue departments for than focusing on scouting and promoting the new generation. Vogue Talents founded in 2009 is both an editorial and online project; a worldwide network that scouts and supports emerging creative talents. For more than a decade Vogue Talents has supported the growth of opportunities and new collaborations between the industry and the new generation of young designers around the globe. Since 2019 Vogue Talents February issue is dedicated to sustainability. Titled, The New Frontiers of Awareness, the issue is a tool for the new generation and consumers to become more conscious and aware.


Norman Tan is an award-winning editor with 10 years of experience in luxury print and digital publishing. With a passion for storytelling that bridges fashion and technology, Tan continues to push boundaries as the current Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Singapore. He previously held the same role at Esquire Singapore for over two years. Prior to that, he successfully launched Buro. Singapore in 2015 and is widely regarded as the most digitally astute editor in the region.


Culture, Lifestyle and Sustainability Editor at Vogue Mexico and Latin America, Atenea Morales joint Condé Nast in 2018. She is also a member of the Condé Nast Global Sustainability Council promoting more sustainable business practices in the publishing industry. She is an experienced journalist who in 2020 launched (Re)Vogue, the sustainability vertical that aims to bring awareness, contribute to the global debate, inform, educate about the impact the fashion industry has on the environment, and serve as a platform for the voices of change in Latin America.


Paula Merlo is from Rio de Janeiro, is 39 years old, and is the content director at Vogue Brasil. A journalist with a post-graduation in fashion from IED in Milan and a master’s in publishing from the London College of Communication, Paula also worked in the editorial staff of Glamour Brasil and Teen Vogue, where she was an intern. Born and raised in Copacabana, she is mother to Eleonora Guadalupe, 4 years old, and addicted to chocolate.


Pia Rey is a stylist, producer and fashion communicator based in Argentina. She collaborates with Vogue Talents, the platform created by Vogue Italia, supporting the new generation of South American designers and Vogue Mx & Latam as a Sustainability Collaborator.

Juarez Barbosa Junior

Juarez Barbosa Junior has +20 years of experience in several IT-related roles throughout his career, currently working for Microsoft as the Azure Developer Engagement Lead in Ireland.Previously, he’s worked for Oracle as a Principal Blockchain Developer Advocate and as Thought Leader and Technical Evangelist in IBM Mobile and IBM Watson. He’s passionate about engaging developers and communities to present and discuss the latest technologies related to Blockchain, IoT, Cloud Native, AI and other Emerging Technologies, with a particular focus and interest in Microsoft Azure.


Taís Koshino was born and lives in Brasília, Brazil. She is a visual artist, researcher and curator. His practice and research revolve around drawing and its possibilities for embracing imprecision and impermanence. She explores these issues in various media and media. She is a co-founder and curator of DiverseNFTArt and a member of the Hic et nunc art projects and communication team. She is currently a Master’s student in the Post-Graduate Program in Visual Arts at the University of Brasília. Her drawings have already been printed in several national and international publications and collections. She participated in exhibitions, fairs and shows in several cities in Brazil and abroad.


Work with painting, drawing, 3D and music. Currently immersed in virtual realities, metaverses and the language present in digital/virtual/material through NFTs.


Estelle Flores graduated in Graphic Design from Universidade Positivo in Curitiba-PR, where she currently lives and works as an artist and editor. She is part of the contemporary art collective Brutas and founded Selva Press, the second risographic printing studio in Brazil, through which she publishes her own works and articulates numerous situations around independent publishing in the capital of Paraná. Recently she has been dedicated to game art, developing the Contain Real Ingredients project on the Hic Et Nunc platform, where the artist simulates the lives of other artists in The Sims 4 game and makes paintings that are later sold as NFT.


Student of three-dimensional and audiovisual immersive technologies. Born and raised in Morro Santo Amaro, a favela located in the South Zone of Rio de Janeiro. A student of Design at PUC-Rio, he is part of Instituto Ademafia, an NGO that promotes the social development of youth and children through skateboarding. He also develops the project SocialCryptoart that makes use of NFTs technology directing funds for social impact in the favela

Renato Guerra

Guerra is a lawyer, graduated from PUC-SP and post-graduated in Business Administration & Management from ISE/IESE. Despite his background in Law, the fashion world has always been on his radar. He worked in the commercial area for over eight years in companies such as Amcham Brasil, American Express and Michael Page until he was introduced to Privalia and started a journey of 11 years, the last three as Managing Director for Mexico. In August 2021 he assumed the Vice Presidency of FARFETCH for Latin America.


Ian Habib is a performer, writer, curator, researcher and teacher. Graduated in Theater/UFMG/UFRGS. Master in Dance/CAPES/UFBA. Prof. Collaborator of the Post-Graduate Course in Theater and Education at IFNMG. He investigates Buto Dance, Performance, Philosophy and Gender, with an emphasis on the poetics of bodily transformations and alterations in the states of matter. He won the Azorean Dance Award 2015. He created the Transgender Museum of History and Art, an artistic work and a set of technologies for the production of an Archive of Brazilian body and genre. He created the Dismonte Seminary, and the ABCDário Dismonte. Co-Coordinator of the Line of Studies Trans, Transvestites and Intersex of the NuCus research group (POSCULT/UFBA)

Hellena Kuasne

Hellena identifies herself as agender person and when she wears overalls is when she feels more present in her body. She is graduated in set and costume design by SP Escola de Teatro. She has been acting in the area for 5 years and has integrated theater plays, short movies, musician’s concert costumes, photographic rehearsals and several performances.


Sapatomic trans, black. IFSC Professor in the Fashion (Graduate), Clothing and Modeling (Technical) courses in Integrated Youth and Adult Education and Integrated High School, respectively. Master and doctoral student in Anthropology (UFSC). Bachelor Fashion (UEM) activist. Creator and member of REDeM (Network for Decolonial Studies in Fashion) and of the BAFO Meeting: Fashion and sexual and gender dissidences. Creator of AFRODITE (UFSC). Participant of NEABI (Nucleus for Afro-Brazilian and Indigenous Studies – IFSC), Boysacademicus (Group of trans-male and Non-binary students AFAB), GESTO (Group of Orality and Performance – UFSC), NAIF (Nucleus for Studies in Art, Innovation , Fashion and Design – UFC) and IBRAT (Brazilian Institute of Transmasculinities).

Zuza Śliwińska

Working in the digital space since the beginning of my career. He has managed and created many different digital marketing products like apps, chatbots or websites, to finally find the perfect calling – Augmented Reality, which combines three of his biggest passions: art, technology and community building, like the AR Maker Community we support at Lenslist.


An internationalist with a bachelor’s degree from PUC-Minas and a master’s degree from IRI/PUC-Rio. Since 2017 she works with research project management at the BRICS Policy Center, Rio de Janeiro. With a transdisciplinary background, her studies and areas of interest permeate between elements and symbols of national identities, heritage and cultural authority, international cooperation and public policies. Currently, she is specializing as a researcher of global trends linked to new technologies and their socio-economic and cultural impacts.


Designer and economist in formation, immersed in the complementarity of these distinct universes. From an international study experience, she immersed herself in the universe of trend research, developing projects to prospect the future in the fields of culture, fashion, and technology.


She has a degree in Organizational Communication and is currently studying Advertising at the University of Brasília. She has experience in strategic planning in communication. As a fashion enthusiast, she seeks to deepen and specialize in the area of research for forecasting cultural and behavioral trends of this universe for the creative market.


Fashion student and works with creative curatorship at @badauecomunica. In her work and projects she works with trend research, fashion creation and art. With a creative and disruptive profile values teamwork and the power of the collective. More at @gabrielb.ohn


Graduated in Fashion Design and is currently pursuing his second degree at the Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing in Porto Alegre. He currently works at as the Fashion and Agency manager, where he had the opportunity to lead national and international projects. Passionate about new challenges, in his spare time he develops brand identity and participates in projects related to trend research and future projections.

Saturday - October 30th
Immersive Live

17h00 | Opening

17h10 | The Immersive Talks

17h15 | The Immersive Community

17h20 | The Immersive Sounds – Marianne Teixido: Micuerposedescomprime (Mexico)

17h25 | AR JAM

17h30 | Prize Horizons Latin.x

17h40 | ANNAISS YÜCRA (Peru)

17h50 | CHAIN (Argentina)

18h00 | HAWKTHEMARY & SONNI (Brazil)

18h10 | The Immersive Talks

18h15 | The Immersive Community

18h20 | The Immersive Sounds – Matheus Leston: Clave Grave Trave Breve (Brazil)

18h25 | NOVE (Brazil)

18h35 | STUDIO ACCI (Brazil)

18h45 | SUPRA (Chile)

18h55 | ANGELO CASTRO (Uruguay)

19h05 | The Immersive Talks

19h10 | The Immersive Community

19h15 | The Immersive Sounds – Sol Rezza & Analúcia Roeder: FILAMENTS OF A CIRCLE (Argentina + Peru)

19h20 | AR JAM

19h25 | HIST (Brazil)

19h35 | JUAN DE LA PAZ (Bolivia)

19h45 | NOUS ÉTUDIONS (Argentina)

19h55 | ARCO (Brazil)

20h05 | The Immersive Talks

20h10 | The Immersive Community

20h20 | The Immersive Sounds – METTAPANA (Argentina)

20h25 | Premiação AR JAM

20h35 | LUCAS LEÃO (Brazil)

20h45 | DOCENA (Chile)

20h55 | UNUSUAL (Brazil)

21h05 | ZEBRA 3D FASHION STUDIO (Brazil)

21H10 | Encerramento


Rota is a collective created by students and former students from the Design program at PUC-Rio which aims to explore new creative and conceptual possibilities in emerging areas of Design.


Annaiss Yucra is a brand with an interception between color and heritage, with the objective of transmitting the country’s identity through its garments always looking to the future.

CHAIN (Argentina)

CHAIN is a fashion brand based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Committed to the environment, their plant based designs are made by hand in their little studio with raw local fabrics and organic dyes.


A multidisciplinary couple driven by the fascination of the future of cultural consumption. We brought together technology and fashion and turned it into an infinite canvas.

NOVE (Brazil)

NOVE is anexperimentation laboratory, which uses clothing as a basis to tell new stories based on the trajectory of a young black man. Everything that is produced and sold in this space is handcrafted by a small and very careful local team.


Latin American digital fashion company, whose main goal is to bring new experiences and interactions in the fashion world through the newest technologies.


The brand seeks to always aim for constant transformation and transparency of processes, working hand in hand with Uruguayan artisans. Each collection contains 100% dna from my origins. The brand works in a conscious and organic way, always reflecting one of its fundamental pillars: Genderless.

HIST (Brazil)

HIST opened its doors to explore the possibilities within the Brazilian fashion industry. As the name suggests, the brand proposes translating different views through its designs.

Juan de La Paz (Bolivia)

Juan de La Paz is a Bolivian brand that proposes a timeless universe and the approach of a new concept of luxury, which comes from historical and aesthetic clothing, with the aim of revaluing local culture and ancestral textile practices

Nous Étudions (Argentina)

Nous is not only a fashion brand, it is a clear statement of a new generation. Sustainability, genderless clothing and veganism are part of the key messagge that Cardillo delivers in each product.

ARCO (Brazil)

Brand of adornments, built in the exercise of sculpting new shapes in metal-matter reflects in its pieces the practical relationship of development of the product with the body, space and time.

Lucas Leão (Brazil)

Lucas Leão is a streetwear brand that focuses on research and innovation linking clothing and technology, questioning the standards of dress between male/female dressed both bodies.

Docena (Chile)

We are a design studiothat works on super recycling, involving itself in circular economy, design, art and community projects.

Unusual (Brazil)

Unusual Brasil ‘s intention is to create fashion or art objects in a way that is non-aggressive to the environment, by adding different construction methods through our collaboration, such as land art, happening, installations, and preserving the wearability of the clothes.

Zebra (Brazil)

Zebra is a Brazilian 3D fashion studio focused on helping brands create interactive and visual experiences, our mission is to challenge the current fashion establishment with experiences that will forge the future of fashion.

Sol Rezza

An Argentinean composer and sound designer fusing experimental electronics with immersive audio. A specialist in audio spatialisation and digital storytelling, she develops her work in virtual environments and live performances moving between art, psychoacoustics, and technology.

Analúcia Roeder

A multimedia artist. She works across several mediums including documentary, experimental film, 3D animation and VR. She co-directed the video installation Ángulo Obtuso (Argentina, 2016) and the experimental documentary Cocachauca, which was named most innovative film by CINECIEN (Argentina, 2017). In 2018 she premiered her first VR experience Extensión01, and this year, her second VR work, Inside A was part of the Amplify exhibition at Somerset House Studios in London.

Marianne Teixido

Digital artist, researcher, musician and manager. The transdisciplinary approach of her work links social research, software studies, source code, computer music, data, free software, video art and reappropriation, expanded writing, the internet, cyber-hackfeminisms and sound experimentation.


Musician, multimedia artist, creative technologist and developer, Leston develop works that, from a critical perspective, tension the relations between art and technology and between music and visuality.


Mettapana proposes an active meditation, achieving a language of trigonometric improvisa tion between dance, sound and visuals. Inspired by universes of macro and micro nature. Sacred geometry and surreal works are taken to volumetric landscapes through the analysis of their light. The visual compositions are rendered in real time that respond to the body tracking of Sol Nazzar and the music of Nicolás Salinas (bandoneon, piano, percussion, Andean instruments and live set).

October 26th - 30th

10/28 | FARFETCH – The store of the future: the concept of amplified retail


IGTV da BRIFW (@br_ifw)

10/29 | MUTHA: Fashions as production of technologies.


IGTV  BRIFW (@br_ifw)

10/30 | LENSLIST: Filters and the Future in AR


IGTV BRIFW (@br_ifw)

Metaverse | Íon


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Fashion Show in Metaverse | ÌNIS – Acciverso


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Metaverse | RU4


Metaverse | Pupila Dilatada


Exhibition | Mutha


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Metaverse | Purple Valley Metaverse Gallery


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The ION exhibition, which inaugurates BRIFW’s AFTER IMAGE project, presents the creative process behind 4 collections by designer Lucas Leão. Participants will have the opportunity to learn more about the possibilities of virtual spaces as well as the impacts of new technologies on creation of the stylists. In a vast desert, each brand’s collection will occupy an oasis of its own. Within these visitation structures, we will be able to interact with avatars, videos, photos and augmented reality actions. All inspirations, moodboards, collaborators’ work, fashion shows and soundtracks will be organized in the space, making the exhibition create a complete immersion in the stylist’s universe.   The exhibition is a collective action by artists invited by BRIFW and has the support of important partners.

ÌNIS – Acciverso

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RU4 is a collection and parade-game that expresses a technological transit in urban and natural spaces. The chaos and high saturation present comes from the influence of places and experiences in Rio de Janeiro. The raw material of the physical world, such as street elements, paintings and drawings, are taken to the digital context, where it is possible to bring new immersive experiences, such as games.

Pupila Dilatada

Pupil Dilatada was the first exhibition with NFTs from the blockchain Tezos and Hic et Nunc. The exhibition includes different artistic practices and visualities grouped by psychedelic art that has vibrant colors and delusional images.   In its second chapter, Pupil Dilatada continues to expand. This edition takes place in a metaverse built on the Arium platform: a virtual space where visitors can walk, jump, interact with the works and communicate through audio and video with the others present. The exhibition has the participation of more than 60 Brazilian and international artists.


Pupil Dilatada was the first exhibition with NFTs from the blockchain Tezos and Hic et Nunc. The exhibition includes different artistic practices and visualities grouped by psychedelic art that has vibrant colors and delusional images.   In its second chapter, Pupil Dilatada continues to expand. This edition takes place in a metaverse built on the Arium platform: a virtual space where visitors can walk, jump, interact with the works and communicate through audio and video with the others present. The exhibition has the participation of more than 60 Brazilian and international artists.

Purple Valley Metaverse Gallery

Purple Valley, é um universo imersivo que visa brincar com diversos valores sociais em uma interpretação artística. Com efeitos de realidade aumentada, roupas virtuais (wearables), galerias no Metaverso, artes 3D colecionáveis em formato de NFTs e também pinturas feitas em VR, há várias formas de se interagir com o mundo da Purple Valley.