Christian Dior Spring 2012 Couture Collection
Couturiers have transposed their most glamorous ideas into superb fashion collections for the spring season, collections unveiled at Paris Fashion Week. Oone of the labels that managed to impress the crowd was non other than Christian Dior. With a vintage essence at base the collection dazzled from start to finish, so check out the incredibly stylish glam designs and let your eyes feast on perfection! – – see more of this Collection
February 2012 begins Fall collections at Paris Fashion Week. If the Spring 2012 Couture Show is an example of whats to come, I can’t wait to see Fall’s. Fashion designers like Karl Lagerfeld, Elle Saab, Hermes and many others are ALL geared up for Fashion Week. The magazines, of course are as well. Haute Couture remains the fashion world of French fashion. No prom dresses here. Just pure creative direction Paris fashion. The Dior Logo has become synonimous to the fashion industry’s signature, High Fashion. Others like Chanel Haute Couture, House of Balmain, Hermes and Vuitton remain symbols Paris Couture. Famous French designers eco fashion all over the planet. Fashion Designer, Christian Dior has a long history of Haute Couture in Paris. No different next month at Paris Fashion Week where the newest French fashion designs will be shown for Autumn 2012. Paris fashion, bar none, has long time made the french famous for Haute Couture. Long time rival, the House of CHANEL Haute Couture, heralded by Karl Lagerfeld
always promises to be a spectacle for ALL to see. Taken place next month as well is New
York Fashion Week, this country’s Couture Collection by celebrated Fashion Designers like Marc Jacobs, Zac Posen and Creative Director Tom Ford, now an International Icon. Fashion Journalism from All over the Globe awaits the fashion industry’s fashion shows, every Season. Fashion TV a media follower amongst many gears up every season for these events. Get ready folks for the fashion world’s idea of Hollywood. See ya’ there!
- Dior: Holding Couture to the Light (runway.blogs.nytimes.com)