3D leads fashion's latest trend

15:17, March 05, 2010      

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Burberry has become the premiere brand to break through fashion week's fourth wall this season by staging the world's first-ever global 3D fashion show, media reports. According to Associated Press, Burberry creative director Christopher Bailey's show took place Tuesday in London and was simultaneously aired in five major fashion capitals around the globe.

A few editors and fashion cognoscenti were invited to the exclusive screenings with the requirement that they wear the same black rims as millions of theater goers slipped on to watch 3D films.

There's a strong potential that the next few seasons of fashion shows will feature newly famous fashion bloggers and editors toting 3D glasses in their designer bags alongside their iPad.

So,it is possible to expect that fashion's 3D fixation will go the way of recently styles like acid wash and harem pants.

But, while all signs point to fashion going to the third dimension, just how much longevity can such a novelty maintain in a notoriously inconsistant industry?

Source: Xinhua
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