Balenciaga surprised internet audiences by staging its Paris Fashion Week show in a muddy pit . Some internet users say the show was a social experiment gone wrong .
Balenciaga, a high-end fashion company, has recently shocked internet audiences by deciding to stage its Paris Fashion Week show in a muddy pit.Many fans of Paris Fashion Week were perplexed on Sunday when the luxury brand made its models walk on a mud-caked runway to displace its springsummer 2023 collection.Several videos and images from the fashion show surfaced on social media, showing models such as Kanye West and Bella Hadid squelch their way through the heavy mud.On Instagram, Balenciaga also shared a clip of Kanye West sporting an oversized flak jacket, leather trousers, and a hoodie.One user posted that if you were part of the Balenciaga ss23, you would be forced to walk in mud, he said.Another said that Balenciaga was the worst thing I've ever seen.I know it smells crazy in there, said another.They all looked like they were about to go rabid and like to eat the mud they were walking in, as it did in classy fashion. Im convinced that high-fashion, especially Balenciaga, is a social experiment aimed at seeing how far they can push an in-joke into the public consciousness without being discovered.Also see 10-Year-Old Aqsa Masrat, one of Kashmir's youngest social media influencers.Despite this, many internet users still think the use of mud is actually a useful concept.You can always count on them for entertaining shows, wrote one Twitter user.Meanwhile, Denma, Balenciagas creative director, said the show was a metaphor for looking for the truth and being down to earth.Individualism in fashion is downgraded to pseudo trends imposed by a post in current fashion stories, Demna said in a tweet: In the best case scenario, fashion should not need a story to be sold to some... let us let everyone be anybody, he said. Fashion is a visual art form, and all we need is for it to be seen through someone's eyes.He said you can either like it or not.Click here for more trending news.