The Bullet Media ‘Hello Planet’ Editorial Toys With Futurism

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: May 14, 2013 • References: bullettmedia & bullettmedia
The Bullet Media ‘Hello Planet’ fashion story boasts a highly contemporary approach to editorial work incorporating some of the season’s most dynamic garment creations with a visionary New Aesthetic.

"Meet PopBot-3000, the future’s most beloved singing synthesizer application with a humanoid persona," declares the caption on this feature. Referencing Japanese digital pop stars, each capture capitalizes on futuristic themes and the neoteric creations of the runway season. Bullet Media’s ‘Hello Planet’ illustrates what virtual entertainer Hatsune Miku’s sartorially savvy counterpart would look like. 

The editorial features pieces by some of the most fresh creative forces in fashion such as Thom Browne, Prabal Gurung, Christopher Kane and Alessandra Rich as remarkably styled by Jessica Bobince. Striking imagery at play in the Bullet Media ‘Hello Planet’ editorial was captured by photographer James Orlando. Stats for Neoteric Robot Pictorials Trending: Older & Buzzing
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