The spring 10 Paris Couture shows opened yesterday with John Galliano at the helm for Christian Dior.
The show referenced the 1900s and mixed equestrian themes with a nod to the golden age of Hollywood. Eccentric and theatrical as ever Galliano turned the fantasy on in the midst of a star studded front row. Nipped in waists, peplums and bustles featured throughout with an array of sherbet and pastel shades.
Couture continued last night with Giorgio Armani’s Prive collection. Crescent shapes and curves inspired by the moon featured throughout the show and tailored suits and column dresses were displayed in a neutral palette of white and cream, interspersed with metallic silver and the customary black.
Today Karl Lagerfeld commences proceedings with his collection for Chanel.