The Hotel Salomon de Rothschild may have been a romantic Old World location, but at John Galliano, it was all about looking into the future. Sporty shapes, including cutout visors, mixed with 3D laser-cut flowers gave the collection a futuristic feel. Evening was a shorter affair than normal for the house, with Bill Gaytten paring it down to a few standout gowns with cutout effects in bold fuchsia, muted navy, and white.
John Galliano Spring 2014: Back to the Future
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