The projector manufacturer, Epson, provided high lumen laser projection mapping for the launch of Richard Quinn’s 2019 fashion range at London Fashion Week on 18 September.
The designer recently received the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design, which was presented by Her Majesty The Queen.
Epson has had an on-going relationship with the designer for two years now. The technology firm is sponsoring Richard Quinn’s latest London Fashion Week show. In addition, all fabric was printed on an Epson SureColor digital textile printer.
Epson is also supporting the launch of Richard Quinn’s 2019 range with ProAV projection mapping designed to enhance the catwalk at the show. The company will use its latest 25,000 laser lumen EB-L25000U projector, and four Epson 15,000 lumen EB-L1755U 3LCD laser projectors to create an immersive and dramatic atmosphere during the show.
Through the sponsorship, Epson hopes to showcase their market-leading capabilities in both ProAV and digital textile printing.
Richard Quinn also uses an Epson SureColor SC-F9200 inkjet printer for his independent retail customers.
“This show combines for the first time Epson’s printing and projection world-class technologies – Epson’s passion for pushing their technologies to their limits is very exciting – the printer team has been very supportive and now I can integrate visual imaging to my show” said Richard Quinn.
Neil Colquhoun, executive director, professional displays, Epson Europe, says: “Epson is delighted to support Richard Quinn with the launch of his Spring/Summer 2019 fashion design range at London Fashion Week. The sponsorship has provided Epson with a unique opportunity to demonstrate the powerful impact of projection mapping and shows how we can create stunning, colourful and totally immersive experiences in confined spaces, overlaying and enhancing Richard’s unique designs, using the latest, best-in-market high lumen Epson 3LCD laser projectors.”