Paris Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2010 Kicked off with Christian Dior Fall 2010 Haute Couture Collection by John Galliano. Show was all about bright colors, dreamy clothes, dramatic hairstyles and headgears, full skirts, cinched waists, floral-inspired fall 2010 couture collection and much more.
John Galliano Fall 2010 Haute Couture Collection for Christian Dior at Paris Couture Fashion Week was both faithful to the house and as fresh as a daisy.
Taking reference form Christian Dior’s 1953 Spring Collection that introduced “tulip line” and included floaty prints, Christian Dior Haute Couture Fall 2010 turned out to be a very dramatic runway show. Be it clothes, hairstyles, stage presentation; everything was so dramatic and perfect. Headgears like inverted cellophane bouquet wraps by Stephen Jones were stunning.
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This collection is result of designer John Galliano research on real flowers, spending an hour watching the light change on parrot tulip. Photographs taken by two great flower photographers de nos jours, Irving Penn and Nick Knight also gave Galliano inspiration for this floral inspired feminine collection.
Talking about Christian Dior Fall 2010 Haute Couture dresses, coat like a huge inverted daffodil and a dress in black taffeta that was hand-painted with pansies, jacket and skirt combinations like white felt over lilac organza, jade mohair with a swoop of portrait neckline over a petaled bubble of black organza, colored petal details delicately draped over ballooning skirts, cinched at the waist were awesome.
Opening day of Paris Couture Fall 2010 turned out to be more huge and dramatic with John Galliano’s Christian Dior Haute Couture Fall 2010 collection.
Christian Dior Haute Couture Gowns were big, dreamy, beautiful, colorful and completely mesmerizing owing to cinched waists and layers and layers of detail and textures.
Making entry in a straw country hat, John Galliano, Dior’s designer said “I’m having a floral moment”.
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