Wrong Way Runways

What is up with the funky runways? Models are tired, shoes are too high, and zig-zag walking formations are not the best idea. Yesterday alone feature
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What is up with the funky runways? Models are tired, shoes are too high, and zig-zag walking formations are not the best idea. Yesterday alone feature
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What is up with the funky runways? Models are tired, shoes are too high, and zig-zag walking formations are not the best idea. Yesterday alone featured a double up and down walk at Tsumori. Then at Marithé et Fran√ßois Girbaud, there were benches full of editors and buyers woven throughout the floor and the models walked up the runway, then down the middle before swinging left, then right, then back up to the pit and down again. At Issey Miyake the girls covered a giant space three times, walking in between fringed curtains that made us, inappropriately we're sure, think of Boogie Nights. And then at Ann Demeulemeester, which was held in a half dungeon / half church space in St. Germain, the models again wove in and out of audience members. The problem? The models can't remember where to go, which in most cases means photographers throw a temper tantrum over the music, the audience laughs and when it's really bad there's a model traffic jam on the runway where three end up in the same corner at once or turn and walk into each other head on. We're tired, we're cranky, let's stick to straightforward runways.