Few other nightclubs hold a heritage and reputation like The Crazy Horse Paris, the famous cabaret club founded by artist Alain Bernadin in 1951. For the past 60 years the club has celebrated femininity and creativity by continuously building on Bernadin's vision of lavish, avant-garde performances. No strangers to fashion, the celebrated girls, who have to pass strict guidelines of cup size, height and measurements, perform in custom-designed Louboutin heels and have collaborated with designers such as Karl Lagerfeld, Emmanuel Ungaro and Azzedine Alaïa.
The Crazy Horse is set to come to London for an opulent show performing acts from their 60 years retrospective. Titled Forever Crazy, the show will run for three months starting during Autumn's London Fashion Week, but we had a chance to sneak a peek today at the private preview in Mayfair's 'The Art's Club'. The Crazy Horse lived up to its reputation of blending performance, innovative lighting design, surreal imagery, highly visual tableaus and a high fashion appeal; It is like watching a live fashion film on stage.