Working with Three and Connie Harrison, director of immersive experiences, we created the world’s first 5G mixed reality fashion show.

Our task was to bring to life the opening collection of the hotly anticipated CSM MA fashion show, created by upcoming designer Gerrit Jacob. Gerrit’s eclectic and colourful interpretations, drawn from the 80s gaming arcades and fairgrounds scene, were given a turbo-boost with Magic Leap technology and mixed reality content.

Mixed reality was the perfect medium to use to augment the catwalk and further enhance the collection and Gerrit’s story. Three’s 5G removed limitations and allowed us to deliver a next-gen immersive experience which created a wow moment during London Fashion Week.

On the night of the show, Lennon Gallagher modeled and the front row included Vogue’s editor-in-chief Edward Enninful, fashion portrait photographer Rankin, Natalie Dormer, Jordan Dunn, Toby Huntington-Whiteley, and Susie Bubble.

The mixed reality show was a first glimpse into how 5G will transform the future of fashion and how the fashion elite could view collections with increased creativity on the catwalk, as they are brought into the mind of the designer. 5G delivers the speed and processing power that allows tech like Magic Leap to be optimised, rendering incredibly complex and responsive holographic animations in real-time.