Viktor & Rolf
It was hard to tell what the shocking red faces at the Viktor & Rolf show meant exactly. Were the models simply bursting with fury? Had they just dropped and given the designers 50 push-ups? Things became slightly clearer when the show started and a giant wooden door creaked open like a medieval draw-bridge to reveal the red glow of hell. The models, it would seem, were she-devils on a fashion crusade. As such, there was no outfit too extreme, not even the one that was entirely outlined with giant stiff scale-like folds. That folding theme continued throughout the show, creating motifs such as paper fan-creasing and pin wheels fashioned out of stiff wools.