Bureau Betak bursts into the Fall/Winter 2015 fashion season, with yet another fantastically shaped fashion show set. This time, Alexandre de Betak, creative director of Bueau Betak, and his creative team have transformed Paris' Musée des Arts Décoratifs, located in the Palais du Louvre's western wing, into a set fit for the likes of rising menswear brand, Berluti.
With a F/W 2015 collection that can be described as elegant, yet easy-going; crisply chic, but casual…it was important for Betak to create a stage that echoed the collection's sentiment. Design dramatics were introduced to the museum's hall in the form of a floor-to-ceiling silver backdrop that appear to puddle onto the runway. Dramatic lighting enhanced the look of the circular skylights and chairs were unexpectedly arranged in waves that parallel the silver runway.
Betak has a proven talent for transforming any space, into a runway. But with each new season, every new show, the coveted designer brings a new story.
Photography courtesy of Bureau Betak