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Dior Haute Couture Autumn/Winter 2010

If you haven’t noticed it before–it’s now official. The glitz and sparkle of Dior haute couture is officially a thing of the past. There is not one embroidered metallic bead or bejeweled jacket to be found in this collection. Could it be attributed to this season’s natural muse or were they simply all used up after Spring 2008′s ode to an acid trip?

I will always and forever be an ardent lover of all things Dior haute couture but if given the choice between seeing a dress that evokes an inverted tulip bouquet walk a standard runway or a completely embroidered origami dress with a four-meter tulle train and jeweled Japanese headdress make five stops along a ridiculous runway obstacle course while a sappy Fleetwood Mac cover of Songbird blares from the speakers… well, the choice is pretty obvious.

Photos: Vogue UK
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One Comment

  1. Chanel Iman
    Posted July 5, 2010 at 12:16 pm | Permalink

    breathless! stunning collection, ethereal post! bellissima etc

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