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Designer Creates Entire Collection By Projecting Images Onto One Dress [Pics]

Designer Creates Entire Collection By Projecting Images Onto One Dress [Pics]
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Haute couture dress transformed into many designs using hi tech lighting.

Yi Chen
  • 11 july 2012


The main centerpiece in Franck Sorbier’s runway show at Paris Fashion Week, included just a plain white evening dress. Sorbier put on a narrative light show, where various lighting patterns were projected onto the white gown, transforming it into different styles.

In this fairytale high-tech show, the model in the white dress represented the princess who escapes her father and goes on to fall in love with a prince. Franck explained that,

The collection is a bridge between the past, the present and what the future could be. It’s about how with a little imagination you can bring together two worlds that are diametrically opposed.

Click through the images below to see the collection.

Franck Sorbier

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