First Amazon. Now Fendi. Just when you thought the future couldn't get any realer than delivery drones, the fashion house just announced it'll broadcast its fall/winter 2014 fashion show on Thursday via that hot new drone photography. The airborne fashion robot will fly around taking high definition pictures and video that will instantly be available on the show's live feed.

Fendi released a statement bigging up their drone initiative as an "innovative project" that "surpasses the traditional notion of fashion shows," which, duh, because all eyes will be on the six figure machine whizzing in the air instead of the pretty models and their fits. This just put us one step closer to the machine revolution prophesied in Terminator, but who really cares when it's this fun in the present?

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[via The Cut]