The scenes that some of the big-name fashion designers bring us are oftentimes astonishing. Check out some of the best and what went into creating them by following the link below.
If you’re ever looking for a compelling argument against the miniaturisation of the fashion show – with its blurry instagrams and endless tweets – and for the continued preservation of the widescreen live spectacle of the runway, consider this single image from the recent SS13 Louis Vuitton presentation: models dressed in Marc Jacobs’ geometric silhouettes, descending in pairs (a nod to Diane Arbus’s photographs of twins) down a gleaming bank of escalators that empty out onto a giant tessellated yellow-and-white-checked runway. A world away from the romantic nostalgia of last season’s steam trains, the graphic modernism of the set hit upon the season’s themes as well as scoring Jacobs another critical success. Read More