Snapping photos from the front row has become the norm for any a fashion show goer
Taking this notion a step forward, Anrealage made its entire Paris show not only photo-friendly, but essential for viewing. For its spring 2016 collection, the Japanese brand dimmed lights and offered instructions: Snap photos with flash to uncover hidden details, said a Siri-esque voice
"Reflect reality to make a new reality," Anrealage Creative Director Kunihiko Morinaga said
A flurry of looks in various shapes and sizes came down the runway on Tuesday. There was a romper that, at first glance, came in a gray hue. Upon an iPhone's instant flash, it revealed a houndstooth print. A ruffled black A-line dress transformed into a royal purple; a white shift dress became another print altogether; another black dress turned into a galaxy print, which was described as a collaboration with Star WarsRead more...