It was as if Nicholas Ghesquierre came across a trunk full of clothes from Louis XIV (or whoever that very tasteful French king was who built the Versaille was) and decided to revamp it for his runway. Everything was luxuriously breathtaking.
John Galliano never fails to surprise. And this time, were we in for a surprise. Gone were his previously signature exuberantly vibrant colors and over the top detail. In its place is nude, simplicity and mastery.
Then there are a few other very artistic collections. But you know how there are many forms of art. There are the Renaissance ones which everyone can appreciate as a pretty picture, and then there are the abstract ones that only a few would understand.
Well, I guess that's art for you!