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>>  I'm sure
you all have gorged yourselves on the Dior Haute Couture shots by this time -- I don't blame you, I couldn't wait either.  The triumvirate of Galliano on gowns, Pat McGrath on makeup, and Stephen Jones on headwear definitely ruled the runways with an iron fist -- and I mean that in the most complimentary way of course -- what a spectacle it was. 
Although I do have to say I have my distinct favorites -- some of the Japanese reference was just too overblown in a lot of the dresses, so the dresses that caught my eye were more subdued:  Morgane Dubled in a layered garnet dress (she looked like she could have been in a very posh Tim Burton movie),  Jacquetta Wheeler in a cream tulle confection (both below), and of course Shalom Harlow looked exquisite as the bride (top).  I really have no words to convey the beauty these three dresses illustrate for me -- and the idea of folding fabric like origami into a dress is just out of this world.  You'll understand my ecstasy when you see the dresses in high quality:  Morgane, Jacquetta, Shalom 1, Shalom 2.
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