When a genius of fashion such as Karl Lagerfeld meets the magic of ballet it is an unforgettable event.

It happened on July 2016 for the ballet of George Balanchine’s Brahms-Schönberg Quartet at Opéra National de Paris under the direction of Benjamin Millepied who is the director of dance since 2014.

Mr Lagerfeld took inspiration from the artistic movement of Wiener Secession and in particular from Koloman Moser and Josef Hoffmann:




The aim of the movement was reaching a full merged view of the arts through, design, paint, decoration etc..

Creativity capable of taking inspiration from art movements and what surrounds us, transforming it, adapting it to its needs with taste and knowledge is a gift of a few people. In addition to the immense culture, the study and the research there is a love and dedication to detail that especially today still makes the difference between great minds and the rest of the world.

Shades and shapes are fused together in a magical game of beauty and music.






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