sábado, 3 de octubre de 2009

Christian Dior Spring 2010 RTW.

Karlie Kloss (NEXT)

Double respect is due to John Galliano this season. First, it was he who entered the subject of lingerie at the top of fashion's agenda.

Abbey Lee (NEXT)

Back in July, he showed his tailoring-with-underwear Christian Dior couture collection, and since then swaths of designers have being going at it with the visible frillies.

Frida Gustavsson (IMG)

Second, for ready-to-wear, he seized his advantage, melding a soft, delightfully thought-out version of the idea into a show with a forties film noir theme.

Natasha Poly (WOMEN)

Galliano said he found the cinematic cue while thinking about Lauren Bacall. "She was a great Dior client; there are amazing photos of her in the salon with Bogart. It was that and Arletty in Hôtel du Nord," he said.

Sasha Pivovarova (IMG)

That central character—a provocative, smoldering femme fatale with a side-parted, over-one-eye hairdo and red lips—gave him free reign to script a wardrobe narrative.


Maryna Linchuk (VIVA)

It started with abbreviated wartime trenchcoats, flipped through silver lamé dresses, arrived at a sequence in which the heroine is seen in her scanties, and then followed her out to make a drop-dead entrance in some nightclub or other.

Caroline Trentini (MARILYN)

Galliano turned the skimpies—French lace-trimmed cami-knickers and satin teddies—into a contemporary version of this summer's shorts and playsuits, following through with a trousseau's worth of pretty boudoir baby dolls and tiny, fragile flowered chiffon dresses.

Kasia Struss (WOMEN)

Cleverly, the transparencies—such as a purple satin bra-and-knicker set, apparently seen through black tulle—were an illusion created by stretch, paneled underlayers, so that the pieces are actually slipped on in one.

Alla Kostromicheva (WOMEN)

Stocking tops seen through the sheer panels in a copper lamé dress, and bras and panties glimpsed under a semitransparent tiered blue gown, were actually shadows stitched into underslips.

Karmen Pedaru (NEXT)

By night, the glamour was amped up even further, as Galliano put his heroine into a flesh pink corset and a long draped mint green sequin-sprinkled skirt, a Chantilly-smothered basque and black ruffled skirt, and a vamp red satin gown.

Olga Sherer (NATHALIE)

For perhaps the first time, it meant that Galliano had captured the romantic essence of his Dior couture and made sense of it as fully resolved ready-to-wear. It'll be expensive, of course, but oh so seductive.

Viviane Orth (IMG)

Kim Noorda (VIVA)

Daria Strokous (WOMEN)

Iekeliene Stange (MARILYN)

Anna Selezneva (SILENT)

Kelli Lumi (MAJOR)

Michaela Kocianova (ELITE)

Yulia Kharlaponova (WOMEN)

R'el Dade (MARILYN)

Anna Kuchkina (NATHALIE)

Chanel Iman (VIVA)

Constance Jablonski (ELITE)

Diana Farkhullina (IMG)

Anja Rubik (NEXT)

Vlada Roslyakova (WOMEN)

Yana Karpova (ELITE)

Lindsay Ellingson (VIVA)

Maria Kashleva (NATHALIE)
Siri Tollerød (MARILYN)

Denisa Dvorakova (ELITE)

Iris Strubegger (WOMEN)

Magdalena Frackowiak (ELITE)

Lily Donaldson (IMG)

Heloise Guerin (WOMEN)

Toni Garrn (WOMEN)

Tanya Dziahileva (MARILYN)

Michelle Westgeest (CITY)

Liu Wen (MARILYN)

Laura Blokhina (VIVA)

Thana Kuhnen (NATHALIE)

Alexandra Tretter (ELITE)

Charlotte di Calypso (ELITE)

Heidi Mount (IMG)

Emma Maclaren (FORD)

Ksenia Kahnovich (IMG)

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