If there’s one observation that one came about this September’s New York fashion week is the world has become a virtual and remote place.
Designers are showing off their collections in YouTube worthy cinematic ventures. Or the models march across a smart phone screen in a sparsely populated studio setting.
Social media apps have become the new runways for fashion, thanks to COVID-19.
And where fashion shoots are concerned, remote photography is on the rise.
Connecticut model Savannah Giammarco poses iPhone to iPhone in a remote world for this virtual photography session.
Photographed by Mike Chaiken with an iPhone using the CLOS app.