Please post "futuristic fashion"
Theres nothing subjective about it. It isn't here yet so you can't have an opinion. You can have a guess at what it will be, and that one is the most accurate. Only a /fa/tard who lives in the tiny little niche world would disagree.
>cyber renaissance will never be a thing
>you won't live in a cool as fuck cyberpunk world by 2027
>drones flying over the states
>western governments hiring hackers to create malware to infect iranian nuclear facilities
>iranian hackers retaliate by infecting airlines and other western businesses
What part of the cyberpunk dystopian fantasy are you still waiting for, exactly?
The part where teenage crime skyrockets beyond its 1980s level.
The part where cybergoggles are a very common thing.
The part where leotards, big hair and pauldrons are considered effay for women
The part where dubstep and drum n bass don't exist anymore
The part where robot waifus exist
The part where nuclear/chemical wastelands have replaced three quarters of the globe's surface
The part where more people live in the sewer network than in the buildings themselves
The part where you can make a living as a mercenary in first world countries without a lot of experience in that field
But in this world you'd still be some faggot pussy
If you're a girl, you can get them at the festival city of Onn during the next visit of the God Emperor. Make sure you scream SIANYOQ at the top of your lungs and work yourself into orgasm for your love of Him.
If you're a guy, don't even bother. If you tried wearing it, some actual Fish Speaker would probably use her sexual prowess to subdue you into obedience.
Who is more /fa/, the Bene Gesserit or the Honored Matres?
this is what people in the future will be wearing.
need to get a sick cat to incorporate into my lunar fits
>not posting adam harvey's anti-drone stealth wear
I like the pieces here but not the whole fit together
this is the exact opposite of "futuristic" by contemporary standards because making tech stupidly large and bulky is something that we left in the 90's. visions of the future dont look like this from today's standpoint lol
cant punk the chunk
sleek has its place but fuck the apple shiny chrome lense flare aesthetic with a rake
but obviously you know exactly what the future will look like
im out of actual clothes pics so I hope no one minds some art
k peace bro
nah but seriously the future will look like a trillion different things. take the culture of today with its millions of counter movements, revivals, sub genres, etc etc and multiply it by the square of technologies created times people in the planet. the aesthetic you or whatever anon was talking about will probably be most prevalent in the average america from the middle class up. middle culture will still reign supreme and continue to subvert high culture unless a major paradigm shift like revolution or a major cultural enlightenment. and the "apple aesthetic" of flimsy, boring under the guise of sleek and simple, glossy, plastic-as-thin-as-it-comes-and-glass-designed-to-break-after-six-months will rule middle culture. but that will only be for a time, if things continue wealth disparity will increase to the point of collapsing the middle class altogether and then it will be a world of repurposed broken and repaired haphazardly glossy tech and gritty retrofitted old tech vs shiny, well made and well designed, regal, luxurious tech and its cheaper middle class remnants imitators
anyway thats how I see it going down
eh.. i obviously agree about diversity, and the fetishization of "sleek" will probably come to an end, but there is no reason to expect tech-related stuff to become more bulky, complicated, or materially inefficient.
the point at which we would see "recycle-core" aesthetics (and simply pragmatics) as you propose would be at a truly desparate point, perhaps at such a point at which luxury does not, realistically exist. e
im saying it wont come to an end. im saying it represents things I detest and looks boring in itself. the circumstances for recycling old technology and mechanical parts already exist all over the world. as our lives become more and more digital, socially, economically, politically, recreational, all people will depend more and more on the network including the lower classes and impoverished third world citizens. trickle down economics will take physicality in which less fortunate scavenge for parts in the dumpsters of the rich instead of just for food. everyone will need to be networked. think of how hard it is to be completely self sustaining in today's world, and then add to that urban expansion, more pollution, and no internet in a world where more and more information is commoditized and stored online. in the future peoples ovens will be run by private companies with the information of exactly how to run your oven to perfectly cook a chicken of such and such mass and make sure its turned off at exactly the instant its edible to preserve power according to new laws for people under a certain pay bracket. laundromats will be connected directly to homes via chutes in the inner city and will operate with fewer washing machines on timeshare algorithms to maximise efficiency, but without electronic tags on your clothes that are linked to your facebook account, you dont get them back. i can go on imagining scenarios. the point is everyone will need technology but only some will be able to afford it at the breakneck speed that it goes obsolete. so people will have to make do.
Does anyone have the pic of the woman wearing blood red Rick while holding a soccer ball?
>it isn't here yet so you can't have an opinion
>you can have a guess and that one is the most accurate
you're fucking stupid. maybe it technically isn't subjective, but you sure as hell can't claim your guess to be accurate, dumb pos
It's only worth watching for the few cool artsy scenes, other than that it's boring and slow as shit, you have to constantly endure not turning it off. You might as well just check tumblr gifs of the movie, cool shots without having to watch the rest of the crap.