Instead of seeing gorgeous models showcasing the bags during the Dolce & Gabbana show at Milan Fashion Week, drones were seen carrying the latest collection of D&G bags down the runway.
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The audiences at the show were requested to turn their phone’s WiFi off before the show starts to make sure that there would not be interferences for the drones. The whole process delayed the show by a good 45 minutes, to the frustration of many. However, the innovation that followed redeemed the situation.
The show opened with drones carrying Dolce and Gabbana “Devotion” quilted handbags in a single file down the runway to Kendrick Lamar and SZA’s song “All of the Stars” from the Black Panther album.
However, those who preferred to see actual models modelling for the apparels weren’t disappointed too. Once the drones cleared the runway, the gorgeous models recovered their territory, showcasing D&G apparels for the upcoming season.
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