Bill Gayetten and his Dior in X-ray vision
Bill Gayetten put on display the x-ray vision of the fashion house’s history on Monday, named Dior, at the Paris Haute Couture shows, thus paying a tribute to John Galliano who departed in a chaotic manger last March. Models put on the 1950s-themed collection with luminous layers of silk which caught the eyes of the world media in general and Paris fashion media in particular. This was the second attempt made by Bill Gayetten to present the Dior in X-ray vision luminous outfits and it got a totally different response from the one he got earlier.
Smiles all across the ramp showed a great interest of the participants in the Dior’s lush Paris salons, which also excited Gayetten as he was quoted by local media as saying, “”This is more me. This is what I have been doing for a long, long time”. Bill Gayetten put his 16 years of association with Galliani in his ready-to-wear costumes called classic Dior Silhouettes which presented the all 1950s-style fashion studded with nipped waists with knee-length skirts, either figure-hugging straight and A-shaped with layers of silk on them. At the backstage, Bill Gayetten explained the twist on displaying transparencies thus giving them the sensual look. He said, “It was like an X-ray vision of Dior, but actually seeing through the clothes. So the things we know are inside the clothes — like layers of organza and stitching, are exposed.”
The top model from the United States, Karlie Kloss, got the privilege to get the fashion show going in a white coat of layered silk with semi-sheer over the breasts, embroidered with graphical black roses. Hollywood top actress Cameron Diaz, who was among the audience couldn’t help hiding her excitement while talking to newsmen. She said, “I lost my breath after the first four. The fabrics were sexy and feminine.”
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