Now that Stefano Pilati is out from YSL, Raf Simmons left Jil Sander (word is he was actually fired), more and more designers look eligible for the Christian Dior head designer chair. But what if…
…what if Christian Dior isn’t going further? What if they’re sticking with Bill Gayten? Would that be so wrong? Sure, the Christian Dior Fall Winter 2012 2013 collection was light and although it included some dark colors, leather and fur, it looked like catwalk poetry to me. No particularly deranging silhouettes, no cutting edge looks, just flowing lines and nice clothes. Can Dior settle for “nice”? Let’s wait the style dot com review and find out…
I found it beautiful, but a bit too plain. And a bit out of the Dior silhouete.
exactly! “nice” was the word, wasn’t it?
you said, girl! that is the word. Very commercial.
Mr Gayten is trying to keep sales up and consequently his job there. What “per see” isn´t bad, but he can´t avoid our eagle eyes…
It IS a lovely collection, very wearable ,but we want more from Dior.
It is a nice and classy collection.
I think that he is playing it safe but it is also I think a nod to the safe of the economic times in Europe and the world.
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