Monday Morning Photo(s) Fashion Edition

For Today’s Monday Morning Photo(S) we have a look at the most creative and innovative set designs from the top fashion houses in the world, from New York to Paris and Milan, these beautiful set designs will make your Monday less painful!

Valentino: Designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli were inspired by non-conformist movements in art history for their A/W 2015 menswear collection, which also applied nicely to the contrasting interiors of the Hotel Salomon de Rothschild in Paris

Valentino: The neo-classical walls and grand ceilings were juxtaposed with bright geometric carpets designed by Australian artist Esther Stewart
Phillip Lim: Zero gravity appeared to takeover Phillip Lim’s Paris set with floating fragmented asteroids casting impressive shadows down the runway. Formed of sand and resin filled mesh, the rocks were sliced in half to reveal a glittering core of metal and laminates for an out of this world textural effect.
Berluti: The serene interior of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs was elegantly reflected in Berluti’s long, rippling runway that was mirrored under foot.
Dsquared2: To celebrate the Italian brand’s 20th anniversary, the Caten brothers began their A/W presentation with a video reel of their all time favorite show spaces, spanning the last two decades. This season was equally as spectacular, set amongst the towering sculptures of German artist Anselm Kiefer at the Hangar Bicocca museum in Milan.
Roberto Cavalli: The Italian designer’s show was held in a grand marble pillared ballroom of Palazzo Serbelloni on Corso Venezia, complete with elegant chandeliers and a mosaic tiled floor
Givenchy: Just outside the Les Invalides in Paris stood a large tent that held Riccardo Tisci’s A/W 2015 showcase. The set resembled a curiosity shop of vintage television sets, bicycles and every chair imaginable, while a glittering red-carpet zigzagged its way around the mismatched seating
Philipp Plein: The German designer’s caged boxing ring, conceived by production impresarios Villa Eugenie, was made even more mesmerising by the simple fact that the martial arts show spectacle took some six days to construct within Milan’s Teatro Alcione
Versace: Constructed from metal scaffolding bars, the house’s Medusa logo took on a new industrial guise for Versace’s Milan menswear show
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