AyaBambi is composed of the duet of Japanese dancers Aya Sato and Bambi.
They elevated voguing to the level of works of art. Spotted by Madonna, whom she followed during her last tour, they are now emerging figures in the world of dance and fashion.
About the Work The latest work to utilize real time tracking and face projection mapping using a state of the art 1000 fps projector and ultra high speed sensing, 'INORI-PRAYER-,' has been released. This project was born when Nobumichi Asai (WOW) approached collaborators TOKYO (http://www.lab.tokyo.jp/), the dancing duo AyaBambi, and the Ishikawa Watanabe Laboratory at the University of Tokyo.
They also participated in the advertising campaign of Alexander Wang's 2015 ready-to-wear collection, a dark, Gothic-looking line that perfectly matches their world.
Vogue magazine also called on them in June 2015 to highlight their selection of short white wedding dresses.
Conceived all over the world, it is in Japan that they are elevated to the rank of icons, collaborating with the Japanese edition of Issue Magazine as well as with the show Fashion Tsushin, for which they appear in a video in futuristic automata.
They actually the new muses of H&M.
Elles ont participé par ailleurs à la campagne publicitaire de la collection prêt-à-porter 2015 d’Alexander Wang, une ligne sombre aux allures gothiques en parfaite adéquation avec leurs univers.
Le magazine Vogue a également fait appel à elles, en juin 2015, pour mettre en avant leur sélection de robes de mariées « Short white wedding ».
Convoitées aux quatre coins du monde, c’est au Japon qu’elles sont élevées au rang d’icônes, collaborant avec l’édition nippone de Numéro Magazine ainsi qu’avec l’émission Fashion Tsushin, pour laquelle elles apparaissent dans une vidéo en automates futuristes.
“We met by chance,” say the pair of their “inevitable” meeting, having just celebrated their two-and-a-half year anniversary. But although their PDAs (and very cute emoji use) are absolutely adored on Instagram, their happy engagement stands directly opposed to Japan’s anti-gay marriage politics, which are strongly conservative (only Tokyo issues “partnership” certificates). AyaBambi are going their own way as usual, and are on their way to be married – as well as recently celebrating gay marriage in a short film for Vogue.