CHRISTIAN DIOR HAUTE COUTURE – PARIS F/W 2011 FASHION SHOW

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Christian Dior, a fashion house that has been turned upside down with Galliano’s dramatic exit, has yet to find it’s balance. While the haute couture collection for Fall/Winter 2011 included beautiful moments, such as the head pieces from Stephen Jones, ghastly things happened in the middle of the collection. It is as if there Bill Gaytten has a triple split personality, as the collection went in too many directions.

The ultra mod, hyper-colored beginning morphed nicely with different textures, prints, and angles, but suddenly – in the middle of the collection – there appeared these terrifyingly overdone printed pieces that were a bad retake on the disco/early 80’s, teased, big hair included, having nothing to do with the first series of looks.

Yet, then again at the end, it got better, the final gowns were oversized A-line celestial numbers that might have been a little over the top with the clown collars, but at least they saved us from the horror of the disco.

Fashion week coverage directed by Indira Cesarine for XXXX Magazine
Article by Amy Tabarly

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