For me one of the most stunning events of the recent Berlin Fashion Week was the Anaglyph show at Heimathafen Neukölln. Not only was it at amazing venue for a fashion show, but also the designs were great and the projected 3D stereoscopic animations accompanying the choreography of the models were really spectacular.
It’s been a while that I made a animated GIF photo set of a fashion show, but this one was calling for it. So I hope I’m bringing a new dimension to this otherwise already fully loaded presentation. Enjoy the animated photos as well as a little video documentation about the Anaglyph project after the jump. By the way, if you happen to have a pair of stereoscopic 3D glasses (the ones that have one red and one blue glass, not the grey ones from the cinema) than you will actually be able to see the 3D effect in my photos and GIFs.
Here is a nice making of video of the Anaglyph project where you can see how the amazing garments have been designed and produced with a group of talented local Turkish women in collaboration with an artist and illustrator, a 3D designer who was responsible for the projections and so many more:
And for those of you who are super curious about the people behind this amazing project here are the credits.
Cinematography& Editing: Marta Figueredo
3D-Artist: Francisco Sanchez de Cañete
Clothes: Raki Fernandez
Illustration & Screen Printing: Ian Liddle
Music: Milo Smee
Shoes: Alarma Futura
Make-up/Crochet artist: Anto Christ
Choreography: Filipe Canha
Hair and make-up: Velta Berzina
Embroidery: Amy Burt
Photography: Laura Fusato