By  on July 15, 2011

SHANGHAI — Miu Miu tapped into the world of glitz and kitsch for a cabaret-themed fashion event Thursday night, taking over five floors of the city’s iconic Park Hyatt hotel.

Models made their way down a reflective runway that weaved through three floors of dining rooms in the hotel, which climbs a staggering 93 stories into the sky. In contrast to the quiet elegance and World War II-era palette of the Forties-inspired Miu Miu collection, Hollywood set designer Carl Sprague transformed the Park Hyatt’s generally austere, Zen-like decor into a neon, plastic, mirrored fantasyland.

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