As told by WWD’s Fleur Burlet, the PFW showing consisting of three themes split throughout the Pigalle headquarters. The first, “Hotel Pigalle,” featured loungewear –pajamas, robes, headscarves, slippers — made with purple silk and monogram patterns. The second sub-collection was modeled by Ashpool’s basketball team and included powder-colored sweatsuits, kits, varsity jackets and dip-dyed pairs of the Zoom 2K. Some players even sported a selection of shiny accessories designed in collaboration with Porter. Lastly, a back room played host to a three-hour performance titled Journey of Thoughts, where the “basis for the performance was fabric,” said Ashpool. Here, the models were clad in aquamarine hues with iridescent panels, balanced by a gold leaf backdrop.
Check out the lookbook above, then take a closer look via Pigalle and Ashpool’s respective IG accounts below. In other fashion news, the ever-buzzing Virgil Abloh just revealed his first menswear campaign for Louis Vuitton.
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‘Journey of thoughts’ ~ three hours performance last evening w/ @gaelrakotondrabe (piano), @marion_barbeau & @susie_liuy with @jeanlemersre @tomgaskin_ Eugene Ivanov Thank you very much guys, magnifique and thanks to all the guest who brought a very good vibration in the building, Craft Studio. Emotion over the rest! ❤️ #pppdiary