Dear Shaded Viewers,
I should have gone last night but having a bit of a cold and the rain…I thought it best to stay home.
Burberry’s Chief Creative Officer Riccardo Tisci hosted an event last night to
celebrate the closing of Anne Imhof’s exhibition ‘Natures Mortes’ at Palais De Tokyo in
Paris, as part of FIAC art fair ‘parcours privés’ calendar.
Staged at the iconic YOYO club within Palais de Tokyo, the event featured live DJ sets
by LSDXOXO, Slim Soledad, Hank Korsan and Joie Iacono, Guerre Maladie Famine &
Amongst the guests, friends and family of the house, were Anne Imhof, Andrew
Vvarholla, Aurelie Dupont, Aweng Ade-Chuol, Babeth Djian, Camélia Jordana, Candice
Swanepoel, Carine Roitfeld, Chisom Okeke, Christa Theret, Clara3000, Crystal Murray,
Edem Dossou, Eliza Douglas, Emma Lavigne, Erwan Kanote, Ezra Miller, Felice Nova
Noordhorff, Gazo, Gia Bab, Headie One, Ib Kamara, Irina Shayk, Isabelle Huppert, Janet
Jumbo, Jonathan Hayden, Jean-Jacques Ndjoli, Karidja Touré, Khalil, Kayako Higuchi,
(Ła)Horde, Lala&ce, Lea T, Lola Le Lann, Loli Bahia, Mahmood, Malick Bodian,
Mariacarla Boscono, Megaforce, Melanie Huynh, Mona Tougaard, Nyasha Matonhodze,
Rianne Van Rompaey, S. Pri Noir, Shay, Shygirl, Sneazzy, Suzanne Koller, Tyler André
and Vittoria Matarrese wearing Burberry.
An art performance created by Anne Imhof and Eliza Douglas with artists wearing items
by Burberry, took place at Palais de Tokyo ahead of the event, where ‘Natures Mortes’
will close on 24 October.
The event is a celebration of the continuous collaborative relationship between Riccardo
Tisci and Anne Imhof which commenced with the Burberrys Spring/Summer 2021 show.
Presenting a collision of fashion and art, Riccardo and Anne combined a fashion show
with a performance, culminating in a unique show experience. Staged for a digital
audience, the show was designed as an installation exploring the freedom of expression
– transforming fiction into fact as the real became unreal.