The Day Be­fore: Lanvin

The Weekend Australian - Review - - Television -

Wed­nes­day, 8pm, Stu­dio I was once trapped at a fash­ion run­way event in Melbourne. Be­cause the thing was be­ing tele­vised I was dis­in­clined to stum­ble over those lapping it up be­side me. It wasn’t the cat­walk cre­ations that both­ered me, for they were rather fas­ci­nat­ing — it was the looks on the faces of the mod­els, as if they hated ev­ery­one and ev­ery­thing. Like the walk­ing dead, one fol­lowed an­other, each with a more con­temp­tu­ous look on her face that rose to an al­most mur­der­ous in­ten­sity. The Day Be­fore fol­lows a se­ries of fash­ion de­sign­ers for 36 hours be­fore sig­nif­i­cant run­way shows. Now I un­der­stand why the mod­els look so mis­er­able. Find out what goes on in the world of French fash­ion house Lanvin as vi­sion­ary de­signer Al­ber El­baz pre­pares for take­off.

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