Back at the hotel for a nap, Bower changed into his elegant yet creepy look for the show. “My style is somewhere between gravedigger, undead and outlaw,” said Bower, who put on a Saint Laurent tunic and wide-leg trousers. “I wanted to feel more fitted and channeled in this show. It’s classic Saint Laurent, and the coat cut I chose is one I’ve always loved. Of course, it had to be black.”
At the show, Bower was first impressed by the drama of the demo itself. “From a production and a fan standpoint, it was a pleasure to see Charlotte Gainsbourg play the piano at the end of the show,” Ball said. “Anthony has a way of incorporating influences and his personality into collections that continue to be consistently effortless and cool, and I leave every show wanting every look in my wardrobe. However, the last look on the show The look with the flowing cape is really my pinnacle.”
After a whirlwind Fashion Week experience, Bower is now setting his sights on The fifth and final season of Stranger Things will begin filming sometime this year. Of course, he can’t tell us much yet. However, whenever it finally airs, he said the wait was worth it. “I think we can look forward to enduring drama, continued expansion of the world, and an end-to-end ending,” he said. We’re hooked.
Below, inside Bower’s Saint Laurent show.