Indian designer Rimzim Dadu raised the bar while presenting her Autumn/Winter 2016 collection at the Amazon India Fashion Week. She shone light on the backbone of any designer’s collection, their karigars. She had her karigars on stage while models strutted in her latest collection, and viewers could go ahead and interact with them.
For its Fall/Winter 2007 show, Fendi pulled out all the stops. It turned this World Wonder into a runway and had its models sashaying down the Great Wall of China. Now, that is a sight to behold!
Marc Jacob’s last show for Louis Vuitton was a masterpiece. Apart from his fairy-tale perfect collection, the runway was an extravagant spectacle and a visual treat. The show began with models sporting fifties-inspired ensembles in pastel hues and spinning on a shimmering carousel.
Another addition to the list is Chanel’s Autumn/Winter 2015 show where Karl Lagerfield had a bar right in the middle of his runway. He had models sitting at the brasserie, sipping a drink and chatting away with real waiters and everything.
The iconic brand, for its 30th anniversary collection, took their American football theme extremely seriously and transformed the runway into a football field. The show which took place at the Park Avenue Armory had models wearing sports-inspired grunge looks to lace-up boots and walking across the made-up field.
Jimmy Choo had this action-packed show to present its Spring/Summer 2016 Men’s collection. Models were seen whisking past on skateboards and bicycles performing stunts as the runway was converted into a skateboarding arena.
At the Lakme Fashion Week 2016, the new and upcoming Indian brand 11.11 had its runway resembling a green room where models were seen applying make-up and finishing touches on the runway.