Among the highlights of the second day of the Paris Men's Fashion Week was Walter Van Beirendonck's runway show, which showcased an avant-garde collection with socially-minded messages. By Natalia Grgona of Paris Modes TV.
Walter Van Beirendonck once again presented a strong, hopeful, and politically-aware collection called W.A.R. (Walter About Rights). Told as a story in several parts, the show ended with a finale that consisted of T-shirts emblazoned with messages of hope and respect, which were mounted on sequined and embroidered panels and presented like artworks.
The T-shirts will be included in an exhibition dedicated to the Belgian designer which opens next week in the Polaris gallery in Paris.