2009 July 31
(NEW YORK) Oddly enough, Düsseldorf is housing the most exciting fashion exhibit up anywhere in the world right now. German Vogue and industry maestro Alex de Betak have teamed up in envisioning The Catwalks. The show just opened at NRW-Forum Kultur und Wirtschaft in Düsseldorf and will run through November 1. The exhibit highlights about a dozen of most spectacular fashion shows over the last three decades. The visitors can relive memorable showings by Alexander McQueen, Chanel, and Dries van Noten in a never-before seen 3D spectacle complete with video projections and multimedia installations. De Betak’s own work like Dior’s unforgettable anniversary effort and most recent John Galliano show are also featured.
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