With big brands, besides costumes, the performance space has been upgraded and become a tool for fashion designers to convey the message of the new collection more fully.
The view of the Bavarian snow village comes alive in the familiar stage of the Grand Palais. In the snow-capped mountain space, Karl Lagerfeld’s final designs were introduced one after another.
The show space was set at the courtyard of the Rodin Museum, with the fashion house Dior being composed of four nude pictures of female artist Tomaso Binga. Surrounding the stage is the famous work of the female artist, the alphabet created by her nude images. Maria Chiuri shared, she was inspired by the Italian artist Tomaso Binga, who signed like a gentleman under the works, emphasizing the perks that men had in the 1980s.
Designs become fanciful and eye-catching with neon colors thanks to the effect of the UV lamp. The foot of the Eiffel Tower continues to become “home ground” of Saint Laurent. Anthony Vaccarello turned the catwalk into an impressive lighting show.
The industrial space is inspired by the famous Pompidou Center in Paris, satisfying the passion of Nicolas Ghesquière. Famous for its colorful interiors and high-tech architecture, the museum is made up of exposed foundations and many glass paintings. Built-in the old quarter of Paris, the Center Pompidou Museum, provokes inspiration from Creative Director Nicolas Ghesquière.
At Gucci Hub, the stage was arranged in a circle with the flashing lights off to the music, dog roar, drum beats echoing. Many models walked in a hurry, and others trudged in a mysterious, mysterious space. Thousands of led points on the wall look even more magical through two large reflective surfaces on the ceiling and floor of the auditorium.