Syky presents Berlin designers at London Fashion Week

Luxury fashion technology platform Syky paved the way for a Berlin designer to appear at London Fashion Week.

The platform, which debuted during London Fashion Week last September, featured the work of Berlin designer Taskin Goec, part of the so-called Syky collective, and star designer KWK. The designs by the two fashion designers were exhibited in both physical and digital formats and can be purchased by interested parties via the platform.

Taskin Goec Image: Max Cisotti for Dave Benett (Getty Images)

“Today’s most exciting fashion brands are creating for the future of fashion by mixing physical, digital and augmented realities,” said CEO Alice Delahunt. “At London Fashion Week we’re introducing KWK, Taskin Goec and the Syky Collective, brands that beautifully demonstrate the limitless creativity that mixed reality design offers.”

Just a few weeks ago, the Web3 fashion platform appointed Nicola Formichetti to the role of creative director. The former creative director of brands such as Diesel and Mugler is set to further expand the company’s presence in the luxury fashion space. Founded in 2023 by former Ralph Lauren digital chief Alice Delahunt, the company aims to create a platform that combines luxury fashion and Web3 technology combined. On Syky, users have the opportunity to create, curate and share their digital collections.