Meet the Newest Influencers: The CGI Generation
When it comes to the CGI (Computer Generated Image) Avatar Influencers, what’s your first impression? Do you like it or not? Do you think they are beautiful or creepy? Today, let’s talk about the CGI Avatar Influencers who have huge influence on the fashion industry.
1. Lil Miquela
Lil Miquela (Instagram:@lilmiquela) is the most popular CGI Avatar influencer without a doubt, she has more than 1.6 million followers on Instagram. With her blunt-cut bangs, light freckles, and penchant for messy double buns, Miquela has all the hallmarks of an Instagram influencer. She’s done photo shoots for V Magazine and Highsnobiety, Prada enlisted her to help promote its show, and she also shot commercials for UGG.
Black hair, big doll-like brown eyes, and immaculately applied makeup, Noonoouri (Instagram:@noonoouri) has racked up an impressive following on Instagram. She’s shot more commercials than Lil Miquela, most for perfume. However, Noonoouri has also done many commercials for skin care products and cosmetics which has been met with controversy. Compared to other CGI Avatar Influencers, Noonoouri is a cartoon image and it is easy to see she is not real, which makes the product placement more blatant and meaningless. What’s your opinion?
The third CGI influencer which I will introduce today is Shudu (Instagram:@shudu.gram) who is the world’s first digital supermodel. I think most people know Shudu from Rihanna’s Instagram (Instagram:@badgalriri) post showing Shudu wearing her new Fenty Beauty orange lipstick. Shudu is ageless, beautiful and fascinating- all of which make her perfect for high fashion.
That’s today’s introduction of CGI Avatar influencers. What’s your opinion to them? Tell me in the comments below!
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