On February 2019 in Milan, Tom Notte and Bart Vandebosch refreshed the aesthetic of their brand with a cool Himalayan hiking-inspired theme combined with Nineties’ raving references.
In keeping with the Tibetan mountaineering theme, artisanal sweaters were crafted using different knitting techniques to reproduce the faded, multi-colour wooden doors of Himalayan cabins welcoming excursionists.
Italian show producers, Random, reached out to a creative studio I was creative producer for at the time in London, Satore, to implement lighting design for the show.
Our brief entailed lighting design that would emphasise each look from the collection, there was a conversation about vanishing points.
The designers where very interested in creating geometrical shapes with light that would repetitiously create a wider dimension to the runway and transform the traditional architecture of the MUBA to a more edgy and modern atmosphere to connect with the collection. So we intervened the runway with a dark mood of light and smoke, with defined spot lights that shifted from spot to a continuous line during the show.
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