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John Galliano

Spring 12

The look Referencing the 1960s art scene, including rock ‘n’ roll dandy Peter Blake, eccentrically tailored David Hockney and muse Peter Schlesinger in barely there swimwear, plus a doppelganger or two of Galliano himself.

Key pieces Military jackets were clashed with printed silk pyjama pants and fun graphic T-shirts, sb short suits came with striped knits and floppy bow ties, while debonair evening looks featured embroidered waistcoats and jackets, unbuttoned silk shirts and super-skinny satin trousers.

Colours Military red and navy to bold pastels and crisp white, finishing with slick black on black.

Commercial appeal Although Bill Gaytten took the design reins from the disgraced Galliano, the focus on outlandish costume remained. Elements of the 1960s boho look will work with spring 12’s directional rocker trend.

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