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Thakoon Spring 2017

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Ulla Johnson Spring 2017

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Creatures of the Wind Spring 2017



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Proenza Schouler Fall 2016



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Creatures of the Wind Fall 2016



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Suno Spring 2016



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Opening Ceremony Spring 2016

 



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This week we are revealing the second post of our series on light as set design. This posts focus is using color to complement the designer’s collection. To see our first blog post on light staging, click here.

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Creatures of the Wind FW13

LIGHT21
Proenza Schouler SS12

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Thakoon FW12

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Proenza Schouler FW14

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ICB SS14

Photography by Eli Schmidt and Antonella Zangheri.



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For our first installment in a two-part series, today we are looking back at some spectacular set designs from past seasons with one consistent element: using light as staging. In the examples below the lighting schemes are more graphic/ structural in their design. Using light for a fashion show is necessary to highlight the clothing as well as to set a certain mood but it has also become an important element when creating the backdrop for the show that will compliment the collection.

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Helmut Lang SS14

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Proenza Schouler SS10

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Helmut Lang FW14

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Milly by Michelle Smith SS13

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Helmut Lang SS13

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LIGHT17
Proenza Schouler FW11

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Milly by Michelle Smith FW14

Photography by Eli Schmidt, Keetja Allard and Antonella Zangheri.



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BALENCIAGA

Nicholas Ghesquière may be leading the house of Louis Vuitton into the future, but we are thinking back to a time when he took The House of Balenciaga out of Paris to our very own city, still in recovery post 9/11. For fall 2002  and Fall 2003 collections Nicholas Ghesquière (vogue.com) called on Dizon Inc to produce 2 very exclusive shows, 1 in Gagosian for Fall 2002 and 1 at The Dia for Fall 2003.

This very dated video clip features the show from Gagosian and is worth watching for the fashion as well as the baby faced cameos from familiar fashion faces. Front row guests included Sarah Jessica Parker, Tim Blanks and Anna Wintour (note: w/o her signature black shades). Look for Liya Kebede, Karolina Kurkova and Natalia Vodianova (Style.com) and even Erin Wasson, Danielle Z. and Trish Goff at the Dia Show (style.com).