We feel like we’re in a video game, in the best way possible.
The rich blue carpet (and accompanying murals behind the runway) proves that a bold primary hue can act as a solid backdrop.
This industrial set is moving into chic home improvement territory.
The runway was created entirely out of shiny, foil silver balloons (!!!).
Production comapny Bureau Betak created a runway encapsulated by mirrors with shiny floors similar to what we saw at Mary Katrantzou.
The imported, pink-painted trees were the heroes of the Preen set.
This presentation was set at the Tate Britain art museum, so was naturally more exhibit-like in nature. We’re huge fans of the monochromatic palette used.
The designer presented glamorous designs reminiscent of the ’30s and ’40s with a set inspired by opera and film sets created by Oliver Messel.
The illusions created by the sheer draping and structure seating (with velvet seats, no less) has us wanting to take our dining rooms to a monochrome gray place.
This dark shipwreck has us scheming next year’s Halloween decorations (yes, really).
The decadent set, located at Lancaster House, perfectly complimented the glam gothic clothing sent down the runway.
The pink, gray, and white marble backdrop has us dreaming of new kitchen counters.
J.W. Anderson’s appreciation for herringbone wood floors is noted.