all images via Bureau Betak
There is always a clear focus when it comes to fashion runway shows; the clothes and the models who wear them. The runway is utilitarian in nature compared to the imagery of the clothes. But, for Christian Dior's Fall-Winter 2014 couture show, a living installation created a magical environment to help showcase the collection. Paris-based creative agency, Bureau Betak, used the most perfect orchid flowers to serve as a stunning backdrop in the Musée Rodin, which emphasized the romantic couture pieces. The crisp, clean setting definitely helps make the clothes stand out.
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