Realme Shows Up With Its New Design At Paris Fashion Week
Realme at Paris Fashion Week. Realme 9 Pro Series & CO designed smartphone case featured in Paris Fashion Week main calendar
The world’s fastest-growing smartphone brands were showcased at Paris Fashion Week. Under the Paris Fashion main, the smartphone case was featured by Realme 9 Pro Series & CO. Here is the soul!
Realme Exhibits Its Design at Paris Fashion Week
The 9 Pro Series, newly added to the brand’s upper-segment category, comes with a case specially designed for the series. The first product of the new year, realme 9 Pro+ not only offers the first SONY IMX766 OIS camera of its segment, dual stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos, trend-setting Light Transition Design, and UltraSmooth Display experience but also offers Dimensity 920 5G processor.
realme 9 Series presents to those who wait what happens when technology and fashion meet. Copenhagen-based fashion brand HELIOS EMIL has blended innovative design and technical details with the design philosophy of realme Design Studio, combining form and function in all of its products that are ideally matched. Inspired by the “Light Transition Design” of Realme 9 Pro Series, Heliot Emil and realme design studio designed a special chest strap bag for all tech and fashion enthusiasts.
And based on the joint creativity of Heliot Emil, he presented all the collaboration and the bag on the official runway of Paris Fashion Week 2022. The realme 9 PRO SERIES and the jointly created smartphone case allow users to take out their mobile phones easily while allowing the back of the phone to turn from blue to red under sunlight or UV light, just like the color-changing process of sunrise.
Thus, the Light Transition Design becomes available. Realme established its design studio in 2020. The realme design team is an independent team from realme, specializing in product industrial and visual design. Realme has worked with very important designers in the industry with realme Design Studio. His previous collaborators include Pentagram’s Chief Designer Eddie Opara, Japanese Master of Contemporary Industrial Designs Naoto Fukasawa, and Hermès’ Designer Jose Levy, who contributed his designs and expertise.