Raymond’s Fashion Show was the first in the UK to feature an all-male line-up.
Photographer: Peter Byrne/Getty ImagesRaymond’s is a fashion house based in London’s fashionable East End that specializes in “modern design”.
They’re famous for their runway shows where they feature male models wearing high heels and dresses with matching shoes.
The first ever Raymond show, in 2003, was attended by celebrities including Scarlett Johansson, Emma Watson, Emma Thompson and Jennifer Lopez.
But it wasn’t until the mid-2000s that the fashion house’s focus shifted away from showcasing models with high heels to the more fashionable female models.
The fashion house has also been producing more men-only runway shows, including one for the 2017 season in Paris.
However, in the last couple of years, the company has been expanding its focus to the ladies.
The new show in New York, the first Raymond showcase since the early 2000s, features all-girl models wearing heels and high heels.
Photographer Peter Byrne has taken a photo of the ladies wearing their Raymond-inspired look in their New York City hotel room.
“I really wanted to capture the essence of what Raymond is about, the modern look and the way that it’s evolved and evolved,” Raymond fashion head Claire Robinson told the BBC.
“You can’t have too much Raymond.”
For more from the Raymond Fashion Show, watch the video above.
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