Technology is increasingly changing our lives. Sometimes for the worse, sometimes the better. In this case, we've summed up some of our favorite technological developments we've seen lately that create an all new immersive experience. From fashion to art and music — we're sharing our favorites!
Valentino teams up with London's music platform Boiler Room, for a virtual dance party. Boiler Room is known for virtually streaming live DJ sets. And for this edition, South Korean singer and producer CIFIKA will be taking the stage on December 22 while Boston rapper BIA will take over on December 23. Naturally, both artists will be donned in Valentino designs, selected bij Pierpaolo Piccoli himself. Head over to the Boiler Room site or YouTube channel on December 22 and 23 for the live stream.
Fashion and music have always gone hand in hand. And don't we love a virtual dance set! This is another way for brands to create experiences outside of shopping that engage their followers. We will certainly tune in — will you?
The Matisse exhibition recently opened at the Centre Pompidou museum in Paris, however, due to the pandemic, the exhibition has now been postponed. On popular demand, the museum has created a virtual experience for the Matisse exhibition. Complete with guide and all!
One of the good things to come out of the global crisis, is the advancement of technology and incorporation in our daily routines. And museums jumping in on it, is just one of the highlights in these gloomy days!
Demna Gvasalia presents Balenciaga's Fall 2021 collection with an immersive video game. In the game 'Afterworld', players are taken on a post-apocalyptic journey, through futuristic landscapes. All characters are, of course, styled in Balenciaga's new Fall 2021 collection.
Fashion and technology come together in an immersive and transformative gaming experience. Not only is this a perfect way to view the new collection during a pandemic, it also offers a new way for followers to experience the brand's creative vision and visual aesthetics. All packaged in a daring and playful video game.
The Gallery with a Brief (Paperback) is a virtual art platform where creatives are invited to participate in virtual exhibitions. Created by Emma McIntosh, who has previously worked for Christopher Kane, Roksanda and Mary Katrantzou, the creative platform is an immersive Instagram exhibition where artists are given a brief in advance. "The idea behind this is to set a challenge for all the artists involved and to prompt new ways of thinking and working," says Emma. The works featured here are by Melvene James Aquende.
Instagram may be widely known as a social media channel for influencers and influencer-wannabees, but today it offers a host of creative opportunities. After all, why not create a virtual gallery on an app that we all peruse for hours on end every single day. We think it's a marvellous idea!
Why not create a virtual exhibition on an app that we all peruse for hours on end every single day.