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PIX: When drones replaced models on the runway

February 27, 2018 16:11 IST

Drones flew handbags down the runway at the Dolce & Gabbana show. 

When Dolce & Gabbana launched their Autumn/Winter 2018 women's collection during Milan Fashion Week, they replaced models with drones!

The audience were in for a surprise when drones whizzed down the ramp, carrying handbags from the brand's latest collection.

Don't believe us? Take a look at these pics!

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The Dolce & Gabbana Devotion Bag makes an entry on the runway. 

All photographs: Tony Gentile/Reuters

 

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Flown by drones, the bags hover over the catwalk. 

 

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The show attempted to break the boundaries of fashion and technology. 

 

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The spellbound audience take selfies as bags in white, black and red make an appearance on the runway. 

 

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Once the drones whizzed past the runway leaving a spellbinding trail, models dressed in Dolce & Gabbana's latest collection strode the ramp. This model showcased sunglasses with matching head gear and accessories. 

 

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Titled Fashion Devotion, the collection paid homage to the Oratorio di Santa Cita church in Sicily.  

 

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The collection saw models dressed in brocade, Venetian pink cardigans, sweatshirts and devotional trinkets. 

 

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But it were the quirky sunglasses that caught our attention. 

 

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Don't miss the painting on this Virgin Mary sweatshirt.

 

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The designer also incorporated several items from the church in his collection. 

 

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A model walks down the runway in a purple track pants and a sweatshirt with the words 'Fashion is Beautiful' written on it.

 

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The collection also had silhouettes that were a declaration of love from the designer to the industry.

Rediff Get Ahead Bureau