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Saturday, February 7, 2015

These clothes can 'remove face' when in photos

While working as a DJ for Paul McCartney's world tour, Chris Holmes often disappointed. His disappointment is not without reason. He was disappointed because of the clothes he was wearing when it made him invisible.
The tagline of 'Anti-Paparazzi Collection'. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1xCmd9l)
Fluorescent clothes make his face becomes invisible in the photograph. His clothes looks like a hanging, without a body. Apparently, clothing made of the reflective material, meaning, these materials will reflect the flash light of photographers so clothes will glow and blur the facial images.
'Anti-Paparazzi Collection' by Chris Holmes. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1xCmd9l)
"After using the reflective clothes in a several appearances, I realized that the images in the show always looks strange because the camera flash bouncing on my clothes," said Holmes in BetaBrand as quoted by Business Insider.
'Anti-Paparazzi Collection' uses reflective technology. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1xCmd9l)
However, this disappointment turned into a brilliant idea. Why not to change everything turned upside down and compose an extraordinary target?

"This led me to create the Anti-Paparazzi Collection, which uses reflective technology. It is suitable for people who do not want their picture taken," he added. This is in accordance with the tagline is, "Be Seen, not captured."
'Anti-Paparazzi Collection' effect will be seen when there is exposure to camera flash on it. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1xCmd9l)
Holmes had been process his disappointment because his clothes is more dazzling than his face into a fashion line. He instead creates menswear with a super reflective material.

Materials and fashion models are designed for people who want their privacy is maintained and protected from the public spotlight. One of its market share, of course, the celebrity.

Clothing with the name 'Anti-Paparazzi Collection' will be made in the form of a blazer, scarf, and a hooded jacket. Each dress is made by using a special material that can reflect the light. In the light and ordinary conditions, this outfit will look normal, like a normal fashion. However, the effect will be seen when there is exposure to camera flash on it.

This project is part of the Think Tank by Betabrand, which allows everyone to provide creative ideas to be produced. ***  [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BETABRAND | BUSSINES INSIDER]
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