Fashion Review : The Designers And Their Mise en Scenes
Between dreamy locations and spectacular mise en scenes, the show gave us some nice surprises, making us gasp until the last day.
burberry with its large transparent tent and matthew williamson with its breathtaking view of london, repositioned in situ fashion. in milan, antonio marras invites us to a wedding, with pudding in pastel tones and maids serving tea to privileged guests.
we look straight up to the sky at tommy hilfilger, attracted by a ceiling of hanging lanterns.
poetic at nina ricci with a shower of petals falling on the runway during the opening and closing of the show.
at givenchy, an organ placed at the center of the room gives the tempo of the collection.
in new york, colour, technology and lighting effects animate the y3 collection.
martin margiela invests in the golden rooms of the hotel de rothschild for a fully dressed white laminated curtain
upon entering under the roof of the grand palais, one is blown away by the creative energy of karl lagerfeld: 13 wind turbines masterfully turning their propellers.
and at vuitton, buren\'s columns inspire a colourful and graphic backdrop, with 4 escalators, where models ascend and descend.
athletic prowess and a refreshing shower at moncler.
led by blanca lee, jean-paul gaultier presents the disco icons, and those of the 80s with a delightful choreography.
no doubt about it, fashion knows how to have fun and makes us forget about a crisis!
music from fashion show