3D Fashion

Over the last couple of years 3D has regained it's popularity. Although it couldn't be called new technology, for it existed for quite some time, it is the newest way to get people back into the theaters. It's increasing usage in cinema these days is however a bit damaging if you ask me - although a way to fight internet piracy and to get people to legally watch the productions, most if not all 3D movies I've seen focus so much on the special effects and not at all on the actual plot, making the film engaging only on a visual level at best.
So another questions comes to mind: what about using 3D in a field where what we see is what matters the most?
(More after the jump, including Miranda Kerr, Isabeli Fontana and Jesus Luz, somewhat NSFW)


Lately a lot of 3D-based products have appeared - from TV's and videogames to fashion. Vogue Italy's September issue has a 3D cover and an additional 22 3D pages featuring Victoria's Secret model Miranda Kerr (pictured above). However this is not the first time Vogue has used anaglyph images: Vogue Mexico's April issue had a 3D photoshoot with Isabeli Fontana (below).

Some other names that come to mind are Jesus Luz and Cintia Dicker for Ellus' Fall campaign.

Armani|Exchange - 3D commercial

So is this 3D craze going to escalade? Maybe, but in my opinion it'll wear off just as quickly. Be sure to express your thoughts in the comment section below and let me know what you think about this matter.

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6 comments:

  1. I think most of the time it shouldn't be there either :)) like I said, no one focuses on the plot anymore.

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  2. I think it's a cool ideea, but when you first see it without the glasses it's kinda strange

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  3. I think it's a cool ideea, but when you first see it without the glasses it's kinda strange

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  4. I think most of the time it shouldn't be there either :)) like I said, no one focuses on the plot anymore.

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