Pigalle showcased their Fall/Winter 2014 collection “Mikado” in one of Paris’s most beautiful theaters in the La Chapelle district. The show began with the screening of a 16-minute short film by Nicolas Peduzzi, after which models of all ages walked around on stage in what looked more like a theater performance than a fashion show. As usual, it was friends of designer Stéphane Ashpool who walked in the show rather than typical models. The signature print for this collection was inspired by a painting by Morris Louis, with sombre colors of rust, teal, tan and other warm tones completing the range. Wool, cotton and silk fabrics were cut in classic, relaxed silhouettes that echoed the Parisian brand’s nonchalant sense of cool as well as the theater in which the show took place. Complementing the clothes perfectly were Clarks Wallabees and Desert boots, in new colorways and patent leather finishes.
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