New York, London, Paris and Milan shows are keeping up with the sustainable approach and changing the ramp layouts as we know it.
Here are our favourite trends from curating a socially responsible fashion show in this troubling time and age
Backstage and front stage together at Gucci
Alessandro Michele took transparency to a whole new level and incorporated a view of the backstage with the front stage ramp, allowing the audience to see both sides of the magic.
Dancing on the ramp at Marc Jacobs
Marc Jacobs is known for putting up memorable shows. This show was nothing less, keeping in line with his previous collection with an army of models walking altogether, this time they burst into dances along with Marc himself.
Live Musicians at Bottega Veneta
Bottega Vaneta’s Daniel Lee opted for an ethereal show with a live cello player and a violinist taking up a corner in the ramp to melodiously curate a collection swooning to their music.
Empty Teatro at Armani
The bleachers at this tightly packed fashion theatre were empty. The show happened but in front of an empty teatro. It was livestreamed on Armani.com, on Instagram: @giorgioarmani, and Facebook: @giorgioarmani. Due to the status of the coronavirus in Italy, Mr. Armani decided that he wanted to safeguard the well-being of his guests.
Dolce and Gabbana paid tribute to their artisans
With a celebration of the artisans they depend upon to make so many of their clothes. A black and white video of their shoemaker, the seamstress, the knitter, the weaver, the tie maker, and more played on video screens atthe Metropol’s foyer.