The Italian luxury fashion house Dolce and Gabbana’s fashion show in Milan on Sunday caught everyone’s attention as, during the show, fashion brand’s handbags were modeled by drones. Yes, you read it right. A bunch of drones buzzed down the runway with D&G’s latest quilted handbags named Devotion. The video of the same of was posted by Dolce and Gabbana’s official Youtube handle. The video shows D &G’s fall-winter 2018/19 women’s collection.  The video of the show soon went viral and Twitter is abuzz about the same. “Models are SO last season! Dolce & Gabbana uses drones to model the latest handbags,” one of Twitter users tweeted. “This further proves no one is safe from being made obsolete by technology,” tweeted another. Also Read - Gujarat Men Deliver Pan Masala to People Using Drone Amid Coronavirus Lockdown, Get Arrested

Gucci Slammed for Sending White Models on the Runway With Turbans; Sikhs Express Hurt on Twitter

Gucci Slammed for Sending White Models on the Runway With Turbans; Sikhs Express Hurt on Twitter

The video shows how the doors of a mock church open up and small drones fly out carrying bags.  As per reports, around 600 or so guests at the show were left waiting for an hour or so and also were asked to switch off their wifi connection, including hotspots of their phones to avoid interfering with signals of drones. ” After about 45-60 minutes of chaos, organizers started calling out usernames of guests who still had not unplugged the same. Signs and announcements in several different languages pleaded multiple times for audience members to turn off their personal Wi-Fis and hot spots,” reported Fashionista. Also Read - Watch | How China Is Using AI Robots and Drones to Fight the Coronavirus Outbreak

Also Read - Amazon's Cloud Arm to Accelerate India's Drone Ecosystem: DFI

Around seven flew down the runway, each carrying handbag from the company’s handbags. Once the drone was done, human models walked down the ramp to showcase D&Gs clothes. Experiments on runways are not new. Recently Gucci models stunned the audience at the Milan Fashion week by appearing with replicas of their heads.  Is this the future of fashion show? Will drones replace human models? What are your views on the same? Let us know in the comments below.