Anyways, the brief said that fashion designers should give a "helping hand" into shaping the future - and I loved how Sabine covered it in a simple yet visionary way. It shows the same model in a blonde and brunette version dressing, undressing and exchanging a series of versatile, simple but slightly unconvetional garments.
This video led me to the check who else's done the same, and apparently most of the designers featured in the 100 New Fashion Designers book by Hywel Davies produced a video of their own vision. A few of them, probably too busy with fashion week schedules, didn't bother much and simply sexed-up footage of fittings and backstages - but some produced really beautiful, inspiring little films, like this one below by the Rodarte sisters, and a beautiful kaleidoscopic rendition by dutch designer Jantaminiau, in which models demonstrate the usefulness of skirts that turn into beautiful capes (to the sound of Bowie's "Time"). Who says fashion can't be art?