AnOther Magazine presents the world's first 3D fashion film featuring Kate Moss by Baillie Walsh
Artist and filmmaker Baillie Walsh teamed up with AnOther Magazine to create the world's first 3D fashion film, reuniting Kate Moss and Baillie Walsh for the first time since their first holographic film, which famously screened at the end of Alexander McQueen’s A/W06 show.
Premiering at London’s Haunch of Venison gallery at the start of London Fashion Week last night, KM3D-1 is a pioneering collaboration bringing together fashion, art and film in glorious 3D. Featuring Moss as a mythological goddess who shatters her self-image through an explosion of hundreds of tiny crystals, the film was shot using state-of-the-art Phantom cameras specially built for the project to create a beautiful 3D effect in super-slow motion. Along with the film, AnOther Magazine will be revealing extensive making-of material, including footage of Kate Moss and the team in action.
The original full-colour 3D work was presented as an immersive video art installation at the renowned Haunch of Venison. The installation opens to the public on September 17–18. A black and white “miniature” version of the work, optimised for the web and iPad, will be shown online at AnOthermag.com. 3D glasses enabling you to view KM3D-1 on any digital screen are included in AnOther Magazine Fashion Superstars issue, on sale now.