Dior brings Japonism- and Couture- back to Paris
The magnificent couture gowns sent down the runway by John Galliano for Dior yesterday had more than a slight flavour of geisha, as models with...
The magnificent couture gowns sent down the runway by John Galliano for Dior yesterday had more than a slight flavour of geisha, as models with perfectly painted white faces were swathed in folds of rich fabrics and exotic colours in outfits intricately constructed of origami pleats, kimono jackets, obi belts, and Hokusai-inspired prints. The highly extravagant and elaborate outfits showed that the skills of couture are still very much alive, and demanded poise and grace from the models.
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