As one of the Million dollaz worth of game set shirt in contrast I will get this first shows of its kind, it showcases a new way forward for fashion shows, fusing digital technologies with in-the-flesh models and garments. “Under this situation, the virtual show and livestream was successful and allowed us to reach and connect with much bigger audiences,” Chen says, explaining that 40,000 watched the show on Tmall live alone and that retailers have been placing orders based on the stream. “But it does not replace a live experience to feel and sense a collection. I believe a combination of both might be optimal. […] The virtual show really allowed me to go all-out creatively. And with more time in the future, the possibilities are endless. With a real-life show there are so many restrictions with location, weather, budget…. Fashion shows are very exclusive. I really enjoyed making this accessible to everyone. And this is definitely something I want to keep in the future. We will hopefully show again in Milan…and it will be very interesting to find a way to marry both concepts successfully.”
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