Those who stayed in Paris through the men’s shows, then stuck around through the couture collections, deserved a treat. And a treat they got with 24h Museum, a Prada-sponsored pop-up exhibit conceived by artist Francesco Vezzoli.
As promised in the title, the exhibit at the iconic Palais d’Iéna lasted exactly one day, beginning with light sculptures of pop divas in renaissance poses, followed by a private dinner, and ending—as everything good eventually does—with a disco. This was, however, no ordinary disco. And the DJ was no ordinary DJ, but—surprise!—Kate Moss, who cheerfully spun Madonna, Donna Summer, Grace Jones and other, well, pop divas.