Sunday, March 13, 2011
Sunday, March 6, 2011
I have nothing else to say about the John Galliano scandal, than it's truly a loss for the house of Dior to not to have his great artistic talent anymore. I respect the decision of firing him; intolerance must be intolerable. I've lost all respect for him, but his work will still remain a great source of inspiriation to me.
This show was legendary, perhaps the best prêt-à-porter collection the house of Dior have ever introduced. With feministic shapes, dark and mysterious makeup, the show was a truthful Dior classic. A dark kickoff containing shades of greys, burgunder and blues. Further, Galliano showed touches of greens and reds, and the show was ended in true Galliano style; sheer and flouncy dresses and gowns in soft colors.
pics via style.com
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Tao Okamoto, Kristina Salinovic, Fei Fei Sun, Crystal Renn, Querelle Jansen & Dinara Chetyrova lensed by Mert & Marcus
pics via Fashion Gone Rogue