The rise of the chess-inspired look began in Paris Fashion Week, when Raf Simons' first ready-to-wear show for Dior was staged in a giant white cube built especially for the occasion that featured a series of interconnecting white rooms linked by square windows.
This was followed up with Louis Vuitton's presentation, where paired-up models in squares-clad ensembles descended down the escalators and stepped onto a giant checkerboard catwalk in white and yellow.
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