Weird News A Saudi Arabian fashion show used drones instead of female models — but it’s not for the reason you think

13:34  08 june  2018
13:34  08 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

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However, as that development is pretty slow, it has led to a hilarious situation during one of their first ever fashion shows . In a video that was taken at a Saudi Arabian fashion show , we can see the dresses being flown in instead of being worn by models .

" It ' s not a fashion show , it ' s a ghost horror film,” another Twitter user quipped. According to media reports, the mixed-gender event avoided using female models to be “Ramadan In April, Saudi Arabia actually hosted its first-ever Arab Fashion Week, which the Arab Fashion Council organized.

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  • A Saudi Arabian fashion show used drones instead of models to feature clothing this past weekend.
  • When videos went viral, people assumed that women had been banned from the show.
  • A designer who presented at the event told INSIDER that the show's theme was about technology in Saudi Arabia.

Weeks after Saudi Arabia's first-ever Fashion Week, a member of one of the country's most powerful families held another, more modest fashion event.

The event, dubbed Fashion House, coincided with the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. It was held this past weekend at the Jeddah Hilton hotel, and was hosted by part of the royalty-aligned religious Al ash-Sheikh family. The idea behind the event, Hanen Aljawharji, who presented at Fashion House told INSIDER, was to showcase Saudi Arabia's evolving technology achievements through a fashion show.

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Saudi Arabian fashion show mocked for featuring no models . The fashion show featured clothes hanging off drones .Source:Twitter. IF YOU ’RE looking for the world’ s creepiest fashion show , look no further than Saudi Arabia ’ s capital Riyadh.

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As part of that, Fashion House used drones instead of runway models.

Drones carried skirts, dresses, handbags, and abayas — modest robe-like dresses common in Saudi Arabia — across the runway.

Videos found their way to social media, where they received widespread mockery by people. Many people and media organizations described the event as not permitting female models. Others said it looked as if the clothing was "worn by ghosts".

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