Mar 16, 2015

The Best Set Designs of Fashion Month

Waiters, booths, and a full functional breakfast bar were just some of the highlights of Chanel's Brasserie Gabrielle set.

Marc Jacobs
Jeremiah Goodman's watercolor of Diana Vreeland's living room inspired the set at Marc Jacobs' show,
serving as a reference for the image on the red walls and gray backdrop.

Kenzo's show kicked off with six holographic pillars that moved forward like a wall, and then rotated to form
a divider in the center of the runway.

Alexander McQueen
For the second time in her tenure as creative director of the house, Sarah Burton staged a show in the Conciergerie,
the prison that held Marie Antoinette before her beheading. A good—albeit spooky—backdrop to
Burton's collection influenced by Victoriana and mourning.

Louis Vuitton
Inside three reflective domes on the grounds of the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Bois de Boulogne,
Nicolas Ghesquière and co. rigged up a series of cameras that played the show
 live on screens throughout the venue.
Marc by Marc Jacobs
Marc by Marc Jacobs created a safe haven from the snow on the ground outside for its Fall show,
turning a New York pier into a manicured lawn.