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The botanical theme continued in Paris Fashion Week with Dior’s SS20 show, which saw the Longchamp Racecourse transformed into a secret garden.

Landscape designer Atelier Coloco was drafted in to manicure the ‘inclusive garden’ set design, which featured 164 towering trees at the centre of an earth-covered runway.

 

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Says Dior: ‘The space promotes the need for diversity through the co-mingling of species in order to survive in the face of climate change.’

Guests were seated around the stage on wooden benches as models, dressed in botanically inspired degraded silk dresses and straw hats.

After the show, trees will be replanted across Paris.

 

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