Paris Fall/Winter 2010 Show Venues

Céline (Left): Phoebe Philo chose the Tennis Club de Paris for her second season at Céline. Production by Etienne Russo of Villa Eugenie and soundtrack by Michel Gaubert | Dior (Right): The Dior show was held in a temporary structure, erected within Paris' Jardin des Tuileries. Designer John Galliano worked with Michael Howells on the set and production was by Bureau Betak

Hermès: The Hermès show featured a hypnotic, spiral-encased runway which ran the length of the Halle Freyssinet

Lanvin: The Lanvin show was held in the Halle Freyssinet. Lanvin Artistic Director Alber Elbaz, said of the show, ' I wanted to bring in the staircase because I really wanted to bring in this feeling of a French chateau. I had the girls coming up and I thought it was much more relevant for the moment to see women moving up rather than coming down'

Loewe: Loewe by Stuart Vevers was held in the Ecole de Médecine, seating was on bistro-esque tables and chairs

Louis Vuitton: Louis Vuitton held in a transparent tent within the courtyard of the Cour Carrée du Louvre. Production by La Mode en Image

Dries Van Noten: Dries Van Noten was held in the Hôtel de Ville de Paris. The soundtrack to Dries Van Noten was composed by Malcolm McLaren - combining alpine folk music; African drumming and acapella choir songs

Yves Saint Laurent: The Yves Saint Laurent show was held in the Grand Palais. Yves Saint Laurent's show was surrounded by an angular cage of lighting scaffolds. The audience were surrounded by an under-lit, cyclical runway

Miu Miu: Miu Miu held in a Hôtel Particulier in Avenue Foch. Decor by Rem Koolhaas, his Rotterdam-based design studio OMA and the AMO think tank

Karl Lagerfeld: The Karl Lagerfeld show was held in a temporary space in the Jardin des Tuileries. Music by Michel Gaubert

Chanel: For Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld filled the Grand Palais with a gigantic iceberg. Housed in a sealed ‘glacier’ box in subzero temperatures, the berg was constructed by 35 ice sculptors who, over the course of six days, transformed 240 tonnes of snow-ice into the icescape - which reached a peak of 8.5 meters

Viktor & Rolf: Dutch duo Studio Job worked with Viktor & Rolf to create the backdrop for the latter's show

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