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The unique fashion runways of 2020

Lounge looks back at some memorable presentations during fashion shows in the past 12 months

Moschino Spring RTW 2021 – During a period when designers and fashion houses were being tested on their creativity on how to present a show, Jeremy Scott brought the quirk in a nostalgic form by showcasing his collection on miniature marionettes in a charming salon-style show. Every detail was down, to even the attendees.
Moschino Spring RTW 2021 – During a period when designers and fashion houses were being tested on their creativity on how to present a show, Jeremy Scott brought the quirk in a nostalgic form by showcasing his collection on miniature marionettes in a charming salon-style show. Every detail was down, to even the attendees.
Balenciaga Fall RTW 2020 – The show, held in Paris, was truly an immersive experience, as the first two rows of the set were submerged under water. And above, skies were displayed with lightning and rough seas. Creative director Demna Gvasalia’s vision for the future was clear in the set as much as the collection: the future is dark, black and apocalyptic, unless the world changes its consumerist ways.
Balenciaga Fall RTW 2020 – The show, held in Paris, was truly an immersive experience, as the first two rows of the set were submerged under water. And above, skies were displayed with lightning and rough seas. Creative director Demna Gvasalia’s vision for the future was clear in the set as much as the collection: the future is dark, black and apocalyptic, unless the world changes its consumerist ways.
Balmain Spring RTW 2021 – For Balmain’s 75th anniversary show, its Creative Director Olivier Rousteing went the ‘phygital’ route in a more literal sense than how it’s usually meant. While there were physical attendees at the show in Paris, for those who couldn’t travel, three rows were set aside for them to be present on oversized TV screens, each for a VIP guest such as Jennifer Lopez, Megan Thee Stallion and Kris Jenner.
Balmain Spring RTW 2021 – For Balmain’s 75th anniversary show, its Creative Director Olivier Rousteing went the ‘phygital’ route in a more literal sense than how it’s usually meant. While there were physical attendees at the show in Paris, for those who couldn’t travel, three rows were set aside for them to be present on oversized TV screens, each for a VIP guest such as Jennifer Lopez, Megan Thee Stallion and Kris Jenner.
Celine Spring 2021 Menswear – The effects and inspirations of TikToks reached far and wide this year, to the extent that even Celine’s Creative Director, Hedi Slimane, showcased a menswear collection based on the street culture that’s emanated from the app. While the was filmed in at the Circuit Paul Ricard racetrack in Marseille, the clothes were elevated street style.
Celine Spring 2021 Menswear – The effects and inspirations of TikToks reached far and wide this year, to the extent that even Celine’s Creative Director, Hedi Slimane, showcased a menswear collection based on the street culture that’s emanated from the app. While the was filmed in at the Circuit Paul Ricard racetrack in Marseille, the clothes were elevated street style.
Jacqemus Spring RTW 2021 – One of the first shows to happen after the world went into lockdown was by Simon Porte Jacquemus’ eponymous label. Set against a pastoral background in France, models walked down a winding path amidst fields of golden wheat, showcasing a collection that was meant to soothe and calm in troubling times.
Jacqemus Spring RTW 2021 – One of the first shows to happen after the world went into lockdown was by Simon Porte Jacquemus’ eponymous label. Set against a pastoral background in France, models walked down a winding path amidst fields of golden wheat, showcasing a collection that was meant to soothe and calm in troubling times.
  • FIRST PUBLISHED
    24.12.2020 | 04:52 PM IST

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