Fashion shows to me are all the rage when they cover every detail, and there is plenty drama (I am a big fan of couture!). Couture is what sets the tone for me and creates a show (great shows each year for me come from the likes of Chanel and Dior a la Galliano, etc.). Though I understand Ready To Wear collections need to tone it done, I prefer the drama.
Viktor & Rolf’s Parisian collection lacked no creativity as the collection was based on marble busts, and the clothes, models, set design, and of course makeup didn’t miss a beat. See the collection from NY Magazine here or the article from WWD here.
image from New York Magazine