August 20 2014

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Dreaming Of A Dior Christmas


On Thursday, while most of us here in the colonies—ahem, the States—were courting and then convalescing from Thanksgiving food comas, London’s Claridge’s Hotel unveiled its latest Christmas tree. John Galliano once again stepped up to do the honors on behalf of Dior, fashioning an undersea-themed tree with coral, anemones, seahorses, and fish swimming among the leaves. (We previewed it a few weeks back with a Galliano sketch.) The tree remains up through January 5, 2011, for divers interested in taking a look. Meanwhile, for tree-huggers here in New York, the Rockefeller Center tree gets lit with a ceremony this Wednesday.

Photo: Courtesy of Claridge’s



  1. brummelchen says:

    Why the outrages clothes? Can you not design something, nice and wearable. We are not so narcisstic, nor are we inspired to wear such rediculous clothing. something fun but wearable. wedo not want to look like lunatrics, please return to earth, where we all live and work. We don’t to show off, we are self assured and educated. AND DO NOT NEED TO WEAR GARbAGE CANS to be noticed. Make something that fits the age, and make some petite clothing for 5 foot people. You know the little people. What you create should be able to be worn, and not cause a bus to turn over

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