Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Haute Couture Fall 2010 Coverage: Dior Couture

By David Pedroza, Editor in Chief

John Galliano has gone full bloom at Dior, for Fall. Taking inspiration from the garden of Eden, and the study of botany, to sculpt fabric into precious flowers. The models looked like they stepped out of a Norman Parkinson photograph, and into a botanical garden. The textures and form of each garment showed the master and technical skills of the Dior Atelier. Galliano never fails to use the full potential of the tailors and dress makers at Dior, challenging them every season to create new silhouettes. Although Galliano did not leave his theatrics, the clothes where wearable and can easily be worn to cocktails. The proof will come in the orders the House of Dior receives.

Post Script: Master the Art of Style will have full coverage on the Paris Couture collections, July 5-July 9.
Photos by Gianni Pucci for GoRunway.com

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