8 Immersive Fashion Show Settings

Louis Vuitton. Set designer Es Devlin's resort-wear show at the Oscar Niemeyer's Niterói Contemporary Art Museum in Rio de Janeiro. Photography courtesy of Louis Vuitton.

Louis Vuitton. Set designer Es Devlin's resort-wear show at the Oscar Niemeyer's Niterói Contemporary Art Museum in Rio de Janeiro. Photography courtesy of Louis Vuitton.

Louis Vuitton. Set designer Es Devlin's resort-wear show at the Oscar Niemeyer's Niterói Contemporary Art Museum in Rio de Janeiro. Photography courtesy of Louis Vuitton.

Louis Vuitton. Set designer Es Devlin's resort-wear show at the Oscar Niemeyer's Niterói Contemporary Art Museum in Rio de Janeiro. Photography courtesy of Louis Vuitton.

Louis Vuitton. Set designer Es Devlin's resort-wear show at the Oscar Niemeyer's Niterói Contemporary Art Museum in Rio de Janeiro. Photography courtesy of Louis Vuitton.

Thom Browne. The same converted New York warehouse as a stage for stacks of men's fall-winter suits or transformed into a ceramic-tiled swimming pool for spring-summer womens wear. Photography courtesy of Thom Browne.

Thom Browne. The same converted New York warehouse as a stage for stacks of men's fall-winter suits or transformed into a ceramic-tiled swimming pool for spring-summer womens wear. Photography by Aaron Vazquez.

Cristobal BalenciagaAt the Museé Bourdelle in Paris, Antoine Bourdelle's sculptures alongside "Balenciaga, l'Oeuvre au Noir." Photography by Julien Vidal/Palais Galliera and Roger-Viollet.

Cristobal BalenciagaAt the Museé Bourdelle in Paris, Antoine Bourdelle's sculptures alongside "Balenciaga, l'Oeuvre au Noir." Photography by Pierre Antoine.

AltuzarraRaúl Ávila's installation, covered in lichen and moss, in the middle of the felt runway at New York's Spring Studios. Photography by Natalie Fong.

AltuzarraRaúl Ávila's installation, covered in lichen and moss, in the middle of the felt runway at New York's Spring Studios. Photography by Andrew Boyle.

Museum of Arts and DesignVintage clothing on display with artwork during the New York museum's "Counter-Culture: Handmade Fashion in American Counterculture." Photography by Jenna Bascom.

Museum of Arts and DesignVintage clothing on display with artwork during the New York museum's "Counter-Culture: Handmade Fashion in American Counterculture." Photography by Jenna Bascom.

Museum of Arts and DesignVintage clothing on display with artwork during the New York museum's "Counter-Culture: Handmade Fashion in American Counterculture." Photography by Jenna Bascom.

Prada. The Office for Metropolitan Architecture's women's and men's fall-winter Milan shows divided by just a wooden partition, with domestic furniture as seating on both sides. Photography by Agnostino Osio/Office for Metropolitan Architecture.

Prada. The Office for Metropolitan Architecture's women's and men's fall-winter Milan shows divided by just a wooden partition, with domestic furniture as seating on both sides. Photography by Agnostino Osio/Office for Metropolitan Architecture.

ACNE Studios. A ceiling installation descending down the back wall of Paris's Pavillon Cambon Capucines for the women's fall-winter show. Photography courtesy of ACNE Studios.

ACNE Studios. A ceiling installation descending down the back wall of Paris's Pavillon Cambon Capucines for the women's fall-winter show. Photography courtesy of ACNE Studios.

Zara. Matteo Thun & Partners's modules clad in painted bamboo at the retailer's Milan flagship, a former cinema. Photography by Fabio Tempestini.

Zara. Matteo Thun & Partners's modules clad in painted bamboo at the retailer's Milan flagship, a former cinema. Photography by Fabio Tempestini.

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