Summary: If all other presentations looked the same this season, Norma Kamali‘s 3D presentation at Lincoln Center surely stood out. In the David Rubenstein Atrium right across the street, Kamali brought a bit of lively action to the early morning show. Walking in and hearing Imelda Day’s “All For You” blasting on the loudspeakers, brought the mood up in an instance.
Your first question might be, well, what exactly is a 3D presentation? Kamali had a video of women modeling her Spring 2012 collection and dancing to the song. With a slight twist (literally and figuratively) the movie was shown in old-school 3D fashion with the red and blue cat-eye glasses.
The models were dressed in retro styles of gold latex dresses, hot pink fringed pants and long-sleeved backless black sequined gowns and shimmied around each other on screen. Models were also on hand to show the neon laced bodysuits and dresses. It was a sight to see, especially for the legendary Kamali herself.
You can still view the video but in order to see it in 3D, make sure you visit NormaKamali3d.com for a pair of the 3D glasses!
Colors: black, hot pink, white, gold, mustard, bronze, aqua blue, yellow, nude, silver, tangerine
Fabrics & Textures: cotton, silk, sequin, fringe applique, latex, satin, sateen, lace, leather, jersey, ostrich feathers, studs, denim, foil
Key Looks: Sleeveless Grecian-style dress with bronzed belt; Black leather and latex jacket with fishtail and white jersey ruched mini-skirt; Studded long-sleeve crop top with knee-length studded skirt and matching leggings with studded cuffs
– Taneisha Jordan
Photos: Second City Style
Tags: 3D, fashion shows, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Spring â€™12, New York Fashion Week Spring â€™12, Norma Kamali, Norma Kamali 3D presentataion, Norma Kamali Collection Spring â€™12, Spring â€™12 fashion