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Paris Fashion Week : Les plus belles scénographies

The days when clothes were the only stars of fashion shows are well and truly over. For several years now, creators have been betting more and more on more inventive and decadent sets, hoping to mark the fashionable forever. The opportunity for us to come back on the most beautiful scenographies of the spring-summer edition 2020.

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Louis Vuitton at the Louvre

A regular at the Louvre, Nicolas Ghesquière's masterfully designed house presents a colorful collection in a wooden case from the French forest - which will later be recovered by the ArtStock company for reuse. later. But the highlight of the show was a giant screen showing a video of experimental pop artist SOPHIE reinterpreting for the occasion its title "It's Okay to Cry". Androgynous silhouette and saturated colors accompanied the models in their parade.

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Yves Saint Laurent at the Eiffel Tower

It is on the fountain of Trocadéro that the new models of Yves Saint Laurent were presented to the public. On the program: laser show and glittering Eiffel Tower. What to remember the essence of the brand, led by Anthony Vaccarello for three years now, namely the dark colors and glittering materials. A memorable show in an exceptional setting.

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Chanel at the Grand Palais

One of the most awaited shows was probably that of Chanel, the first since the disappearance of Karl Lagarfeld. To present its new collection, the firm invests once again the Grand Palais and paraded its models on ... the roofs of Paris! A reconstitution of the panorama of the capital truer than nature that makes man the origins of the French house.

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Dior at the Hippodrome de Longchamp

Other house, other atmosphere. If YSL puts on a futuristic aesthetic, Dior draws inspiration from nature. Transforming the Hippodrome de Longchamp into an ephemeral forest made up of 160 60 trees of different varieties, the iconic brand tries to awaken consciences on the ecology. An incentive to salute when we know the impact of fashion on the planet ...

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Courrèges at the Canal Saint-Martin

The rain has not scared the German designer Yolanda Zobel at the head of Courrèges for three seasons! It is indeed around the Canal Saint Martin that the mannequins all dressed fluo marched, guided by simple neons tubular defining the course. A significant place, constantly exploited by the Parisian youth, which fits in the spirit of the French house.

photographs:

Chanel, Dior © Victor Boyko
Yves Saint Laurent © Pascal Segretain
Louis Vuitton © GoRunway.com
Courrèges © Victor Virgile

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