In Azazel Jacobs’s new comedy, French Exit, Michelle Pfeiffer and Lucas Hedges star as Frances and Malcolm, a widowed mother and son whose aimless, lavish existence in New York is disrupted when the money runs out. Forced to sell off their remaining belongings, they decide to take the cash and decamp to Paris, accompanied by their cat—who, it turns out, just may be a reincarnation of Frances’s husband.
But even without the frenzy and crush of people, the magic and preshow excitement is still there. Hunter Abrams is going behind the scenes at some of the week’s main events, starting with Prabal Gurung’s video shoot and Jason Wu’s intimate show in Soho. Scroll through the latest coverage here, and check back all week for our daily updates.
It’s hard to imagine our backstage experience will ever be quite what it was pre-COVID. In the Before Times, it wasn’t unusual to find yourself wedged between multiple bodies, tripping over power cords, and ducking between models in the hair and makeup space in an attempt to get a three-minute interview with a designer. Now the few IRL shows happening in New York are small, socially distanced affairs with strict health and safety protocols in place—including decidedly spacious, uncrowded backstage areas.
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