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Because we can't all have Aimee Song's front row seat, there's this. This thing. It's a runway drone, equipped with a high definition camera to provide fashion show viewers at home with aerial shots of their favorite collections.
Okay, yes. Technology is great. But may we, for a moment, review the logistics? Is this not the most distracting object you could have flying around at a fashion show? I mean, Beyonce on a wire would be easier to ignore than a humming, photographing drone. What if it flies too close and Cara Delevingne takes a tech hit to the head?
Next, do we even NEED these shots? What outfit information are you really gathering from an aerial view? No one is that tall. You don't need to know what your outfit looks like to a Game of Thrones giant. What you need to know is what's going to trend in the upcoming season. Colors, fabrics, hemlines.
The first time the runway tried to make tech happen, models strutted down a runway in Google Glass. Notice how they don't do that anymore. Are we the only ones skeptical about this runway addition?
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