The John Galliano for Christian Dior autumn winter 2010 haute couture was all blooms and florist wrap.
Is it just me or did each look that wafted down the runway looked like a wonderfully crafted flower wrapped in cellophane florist wrap all turned upside?
Case in point…
The first look to hit the runway (as seen in fashion equation) was a purple tulip shaped number on a model sporting a Stephen Jones headpiece that looked like pink florist’s plastic wrap. Invert the look in your mind’s eye and it looks like a purple tulip wrapped up in pink florist plastic wrap.
A quick browse through all the exquisite dresses and well crafted garments in the collection felt like a walk through a home garden show. From pansies, to daffodils, parrot tulips to giant roses and much more, the Dior couture show was a bloom!
I adore how much detail there is in each exquisite creation. The colour palette is what dreams are made off. I can only imagine the number of man hours went into each piece. They look incredibly life like.
I wonder what my local florist would make of the bouquet wrap as headgear look?…
Catch up on the rest of the Fashion Mathematics segment here.