The baroque feast of Raf Simons’ latest presentation with mountains of fruits and chocolates, breads and cheeses, bottles of wine, stacks of Belgian waffles and artfully arranged dozens of floral bouquets was the most discussed set of the past fashion weeks. It was curated by the Antwerp-based florist and Raf’s long-time collaborator Mark Colle
. He has also created arrangements for Ann Demeulemeester and Dries Van Noten and has become one of the most significant figures in floristry. His first impact was made with his boxed in bouquets at Simons' last show for Jil Sander and later with the floral walls at Raf’s debut show for Dior.