MISTAKEN IDENTITY: Maurizio Cattelan was in typically pranksterish mood at the Kenzo men’s show on Saturday, deferring questions to a young woman accompanying him. “She’s my avatar,” he quipped.
Toilet Paper, the magazine he founded with Pierpaolo Ferrari and Micol Talso, has again collaborated with Kenzo on its advertising campaign, which this season features Devon Aoki and Paul Bosche in a variety of surreal situations.
Cattelan said he is also preparing for an exhibition at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in November. “It’s about the usual business — death and life,” he said.
Other guests at the show included G-Dragon and Taeyang of South Korean pop band Big Bang. The group just wrapped up a tour of Japan, and G-Dragon will be seen next in the new music video from YG Entertainement label mate Psy.