John Galliano - Collection Spring/Summer 2017 in Paris (with interview)

Designer : Bill GayttenSilhouette : Delicate and transparent for the fluid and muslin dresses Focus : Transparent lingerie Embroidery for the house’s signature evening gowns Ruffles, ribbons, leather belts around the waist The pastel Jouy-print, like it’s been faded by the sun Striped trousers drag on the floor and an open waist reveals the underside. To note : the papier mâché masks by Stephen Jones The new bag plays with chains Interview with Bill Gaytten :I don’t like too much femininity, well I like it but I like it with a mix of men’s things, I don’t know why it has to be women and men why can’t we put it togetherI’m not overly keen on heavy clothes I don’t think anyone wants to wear heavy clothes , in particular dresses and women’s clothes, the lighter the better its more sensualIt was underwear but again, I don’t think it’s vulgar or too in your face sexy I think it was more innocent, and I don’t think the girls looked hot they looked delicate and young I mean it was a little bit aristocratic because its Galliano, there was stained fabric, old fabric what you might think was furnishing fabric but wasn’t, and the faded toile de Jouy curtains, old but it’s cool to play with old things Music from the show (only to be used in the context of the show, protected by the right to information.)

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