Danish designer Henrik Vibskov had his combination womenswear and menswear show during Paris Men’s Fashion Week this autumn/winter season. The collection, “The Radish Arm Charm,” drew inspiration from American pastoral silhouettes and agricultural futurism; particularly the farming of radishes. The centrepiece of the show – always a sight to behold at a Vibskov show – was particularly weird and wonderful: an ode to radish irrigation.
While much of the print and color of the collection was subdued by Vibskov’s usual bright standards, the neon orange that came down the runway balanced the more muted colors nicely. The show’s opening, with wallpaper-like floral prints, was a departure from his typical bold, geometric looks.
Backstage, models had their faces adorned with flowers as they got ready to walk the runway. We were there to capture it all.
Take a look behind the scenes of Henrik Vibskov’s AW19 show at Paris Men’s Fashion Week, with these behind the scene’s photos by Chloé Ðe Nombel:
Check out our previous coverage of Henrik Vibskov at Paris Men’s Fashion Weeks.