Raf Simons from house of Christian Dior said, “It’s about changing the attitude,” he said, and celebrating “the uniqueness of the craft.” About the most anticipated show of the Paris fall couture 2012.
Nothing beats wearable couture, the colours are brilliant, if you take note of the shoes, they are color blocked or matching the pieces. I have a feeling we are slowly going back into the 60s,70s,80s fashion trends with a pinch of 21st century modernity.
The collection has floral prints, monochromes that were present in his previous collection, pastels .Simons revealed his passion for mid-century art in the painterly drip-print satins he used for a wide-cut evening swing coat and a sumptuous Watteau-backed ball dress. Peplum coats are still in season so don't throw yours out just yet.
Courtesy of : http://www.vogue.com/collections/fall-2012-couture/christian-dior