Kanye West opens Balenciaga’s mud-Filled fashion show in Paris
Kanye West walked the runway at Paris Fashion Week. He opened the Balenciaga Spring/Summer 2023 collection show with an unforgettable catwalk.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Kanye West debuts Balenciaga at muddy Paris Fashion Week
Kanye West hit the runway at the Balenciaga show over the weekend on Sunday, October 2nd. The show was officially titled ‘Balenciaga’s Apocalyptic, Mud-Filled SS23.’
West, who now goes by the name Ye, opened the brand’s apocalyptic-themed show in all-black and combat attire.
Additionally, the 45-year-old Yeezy founder wore an oversized, heavy utility vest with the words “security” emblazoned on both sides. He also matched them with leather pants and a baseball cap over a sweatshirt.
The track on the other hand was presented outdoors at the Parc des Expositions in the city. He was drenched in what was said to be an ankle-deep patch of mud and piles of sludge.
In addition, The Life of Pablo hitmaker’s four children, North (9) Saint (6), Chicago (4) and Psalm (3), who he shares with ex-wife Kim Kardashian, were in attendance to cheer him on.
Other notable celebrities included Kardashian’s sisters Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian. Additionally, Doja Cat, Euphoria star Alexa Demie and reality star Christine Quinn were also in the crowd.
Balenciaga’s creative director talks about the muddy fashion show
Demna Gvasalia, creative director of Balenciaga, spoke openly about the unique vision of the Spanish fashion house during the interview.
He claimed: ‘I decided no longer to explain my collections and verbalize my designs, but to express a state of mind.’
He went on to explain: “Fashion is a visual art and all we need is for it to be seen through someone’s eyes. Fashion in its best case scenario shouldn’t need a story to sell itself to anyone. You either like it or you don’t. The scene of this show is a metaphor for finding the truth and staying grounded.”
Kanye West opens the ‘Mud’ walk for Balenciaga in Paris 🇫🇷 pic.twitter.com/O9UjTeWR0X
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The creative then continued by remarking: ‘Let’s let everyone be who they are and let’s love each other, not war.’
Gvasalia went on to talk about Bella Hadid’s “bruised and battered” look as she walked the runway.
He said, “One needs to have courage and perseverance to truly embrace one’s identity and who one really is.”
He continued, “The challenge is to get up and keep walking to your true self after you’ve been beaten and knocked down.”
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