Dolce & Gabbana used drones on the runway


There has been dogs on the runaway at Tods, racecars at Tommy Hilfiger-- but Dolche and Gabana stole all our digital hearts with the debut of drones on the runway.

 Dolche & Gabanna showed off its newest collection of handbags and decided to skip people (read models), using drones to strut the runaway for part of their fashion show. As part of their autumn/ winter 2018 Milan runway show, the luxury fashion house, used drones to model their latest handbag designs.

I wonder who wore it better? 

To start the show, eight drones emerged adorned with an array of colorful and bejeweled handbags. While the drone portion of the show only lasted around three minutes, then human models proceeded to walk the runway. 

But it didn't all go with flying colors. At the beginning of the show, audience members were asked to turn off the Wi-Fi to their phones and  technical difficulties with the drones reportedly caused the show to be delayed by 45 minutes.