By now, it's already a given that couture fashion week is a goldmine for top-notch viral content. From gravity-defying designs to outrageous silhouettes, designers never fail to serve us the most eccentric looks we've ever seen. However, this year's Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture is a little bit tame and focused on the more artistic, sophisticated side. The only exception would be the statement pieces from avant-garde luxury fashion house Viktor & Rolf. And by statement pieces, we mean literally.
It's not the first time that the designer duo created a look that resonated with not just the fashion community but ordinary netizens as well. Viktor & Rolf made headlines with their iconic Fall 2015 collection where they framed fabric art in broken picture frames to create unique pieces that are truly avant-garde. But that's not even the best part.
At the end of the first model's catwalk, it was revealed that the frames were not broken after all. They were just hinged together, and with a few adjustments, the dresses turned into art pieces that you can hang on the wall. The idea is nothing short of ingenious.