Miu Miu Autumn-Winter 2020

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Miu Miu Autumn-Winter 2020

The elements used for the preparation of the space will find new use after the event thanks to an association that offers a service for the collection and recovery of materials and decoration waste from fashion shows
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A collection made of jewel dresses, sumptuously embroidered dresses with cascades of rhinestones, cabochons, pearls and sparkling stones, a déco maximalism that makes you dream. In this exercise of practice of reality in which an evening dress does not have an exclusive use, in which the coats have a train and cotton drill dresses have a pastiche of crystals applied, the collection abandons any hesitation of formality and he launched himself towards the dressing of charm as an absolutely personal gift. For the Miu Miu Autumn-Winter 2020 fashion show, AMO tackles the sobriety of August Perret’s Palais d’Iena with renewed audacity, diverting its architectural surfaces towards new motifs, colors and compositions.


The first intervention is visible already at the entrance, where the original white floor is covered with a very particular decorative carpet, in contrast with the surrounding environment both from a formal and material point of view. The carpet continues its journey through the entire Palais, in the Hypostyle and Pas Perdu and embracing the entrance and the grand staircase.

The other elements of the Palais, from the colonnade to the windows, have been dealt with in a similar way.

Each column is surrounded by a metal structure equipped with LEDs, which transforms it into a geometric shape resplendent with light. At the base of each, a velvet plinth serves both as a visual counterpoint of the composition and as an element to sit on. Between the columns, seats recovered from cinemas give life to an environment full of movement, creating a strange atmosphere inside the solemn Palais. The mirrors on the walls infinitely amplify this sort of bizarre whim on both sides and form the backdrop for the models who parade along the perimeter of the space.
With this phantasmagoria that questions the order and precision of modernism, Miu Miu claims the Palais d’Iena to dedicate it to irreverence and play.


The elements used for the preparation of the space will find new use after the event thanks to an association that offers a service for the collection and recovery of materials and decoration waste from fashion shows, making them available to professionals and students in the cultural field.

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