Discipline was the buzz word over at John Galliano, with Bill Gaytten at the helm. “We were more controlled. The staples of Galliano are all there – the draping, the bodycon, the embellishment but there’s also a smaller colour palette, to be disciplined,” he told Vogue.
Pieces of Note: Volume from square tunic dresses, single-fastening coats, draped dresses and roll-neck tops. Ruched dresses fluttered down the body, peaked caps finished a look, and block heels began it on the feet, and bandeau-themed eveningwear.
Style: It was a blend of Galliano house style, and a stronger sense of Gaytten as a designer in his own right – without losing sight of the goal. Another clean palette of black and white and blue, with touches of red and teal – in sprays of colour on tops and skirts and coats, and in tie-die effect smatters of pattern.
See the Vogue report here.