Monday, 26 July 2010


Dior is always the safe bet for floor-length extravaganzas, and Galliano delivered on that note this season as always. At first I was a bit taken aback by such wild use of colour (apparently the inspiration was flowers) but there is actually more black to this collection than many other recent ones, which subtly balances out the brighter hues. And, as always, there were some separates to counterbalance the final looks (which are actually the earlier looks in this post, because Blogger uploads photos backwards -.-), which were so loaded with multiple layers of tulle it's a wonder the models could even stand up straight, let alone walk without falling flat on their faces. A spectacle (in a good way) as always.



Rebecca Rugby said...

It's like they're wearing candy! Love it :)

young-shields said...

its proper charlie and the chocolate factory stuff, no? thanks so much for the award! x

Ohlala Tres Belle said...

Oh! I loved this collection so much.
so gorgeous! looks as though they are really wearing flowers.