Going 3D is the latest thing when it comes to taking the viewing experience to a whole new level and it is not just the movies (Cameroon made a fortune with his Avatar in 3D) but also television events and exclusive shows that are now aiming to go into the next dimension. While this does indeed require special screening and technical aid that will bring in the extra dimension, event organizers are starting to feel that the extra effort is more than worth putting in; especially with the headline-grabbing results that one is bound to get.
Burberry has gone in and announced that it will be organizing a very special 3D fashion show at the London Fashion Week for Fall/Winter 2010 and this will be done at select places where the technical team of Burberry under its Chief Creative Officer, Christopher Bailey will put in the unique screening arrangements. The purpose of this though is a lot more than to just grab headlines at the big fashion event.
The ultra-private 3D events in Paris, New York, Dubai, and Tokyo will receive live stream from London that will be screened in places across the Atlantic like LA. Burberry claim that the real purpose of going 3D is to bring fashion, its colors, styles, trends, shades and sounds to potential clients and buyers across the globe in the exact form that they are displayed in… Going global in every way possible!