People who were invited to Dolce & Gabbana’s latest fashion show were asked to turn off Wi-Fi in their pre-launchand other handy gadgets.
They were not informed why, but everything quickly (well, maybe not quite quickly, because the organizers passed an hour of sliding) became clear.
Instead of models on the catwalk, or rather on the catwalk, they appeared, presenting models of handbags from the latest Dolce & Gabbana catalog.
Although the clothes were already presented “in the old way”, but flying drones successfully stole the show, and the Italian fashion house proved that it is up to date with trends and may even be able to create them – not only in their industry.
This is another proof that technological novelties are increasingly used in other, often atypical sectors, which underlines the fact that they become a real part of our lives.
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Robots are still moving awkwardly, and flying drones with mannequins would look rather ridiculous – so models do not have to worry about their work. At least for now.
Source: Digital Trends, The Verge. Photo: frame from Snobette on YouTube