The event, held on Tuesday (5 October), saw a woman representing Amis de la Terre France, an association for the protection of people and the environment, aiming to highlight the wasteful side of the fashion industry.
After a few steps on the runway in the Louvre corridor, a security guard tackled the protesters before taking them away.
“The planet is burning, but fashion is looking elsewhere,” the Extinction Rebellion France wrote in an Instagram post. This phrase translates: “The planet is burning, but fashion looks elsewhere.”
Alma Dufour, a spokeswoman for Friends of the Earth France, added lbl: “LVMH is at the forefront of the luxury world and is responsible for the trend that motivates the textile industry to continuously innovate and produce more.”
The Louis Vuitton collection saw dramatic silhouettes with oversized shoulders and Edwardian-era noisy skirts.
This is not the first time a catwalk show has been interrupted by intruders.
In 2019, environmental activists The extinction rebellion declared their appeal To British Fashion Council (BFC): Cancel London Fashion Week on behalf of Summit to address climate crisis involving industry professionals.
Given Environmental effects of fast style And the impact of London Fashion Week usage, the agency said, is the only way to help save our planet.
In 2019, Supermodel Gigi Hadid confronted a woman named Mary S’InfiltreMarie Benoliel is the real name that caused the Chanel show to crash at Paris Fashion Week.
The finale of the show showcased creative directors Virginia WiredThe first wardrobe was disrupted when comedian Marie S’infiltre stepped onto the runway wearing a Chanel-style houndstooth-style dress and black hat.
Benoliel has produced skits on various topics From the French right-wing to the yellow vests and the #MeToo movement. A video of her on the subject that followed was viral in November 2017 and has been viewed more than 348,000 times.