FashionLab new unique 3D Fashion Experience happened on May 22nd in Los Angeles at the W Hotel Hollywood. During this exceptional event we welcomed nearly a hundred attendees, including customers, partners, influencers, fashion celebrities, socialite, bloggers…

Discover below some pictures of this fantastic experience!

This 3D Fashion Experience was the result of research programs driven by FashionLab. During the event our guests discovered nine experiences – from 3D Sketching to in-store virtual collections – that showed the future of fashion design. The showcase was also the occasion to preview in exclusivity the first ever Julien Fournié’s footwear collection that will be fully revealed during the Paris Haute Couture Week in July 2014.

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Photos: Armen Asadorian photography /Instagram: @armenphoto /FB: https://www.facebook.com/ArmenAsadorianPhotography

 

 

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