Great Japanese artist Ikeuchi Hiroto, known for his neo-futuristic and cyberpunk aesthetic, has gotten into Skeletonics’ exoskeletons, these robotic structures designed to increase human physical abilities. Working with both people and robotic elements (especially VR headsets), the artist aims at blurring the lines between mankind and cyborgs, as well as bridging the gap between time and space. Hiroto’s talent was already spotted by the likes of Virgil Abloh and Travis Scott. Today, the artist dives further into fashion by collaborating on the latest Balenciaga campaign. On the images, the everyday clothes seem to be brought to life by unanimated, robotic silhouettes, which gives the campaign a never-seen-before look. This may just be the future of fashion.