John Galliano Men's RTW Fall 2010 / PFW-Day02

Sherlock Holmes, a learned gentleman by day and an opium-smoking martial artist by night, propelled Galliano’s narrative, beginning with classic Holmes in hunting garb and grand outerwear reworked
in new materials, including clear PVC and technical nylon.

Edwardian bankers followed in absolute sartorial splendor: double-breasted suits, starched white shirts and razor-sharp riding coats.

Then corsets were added, a nod to the renowned dandy Bunny Rogers. In the next chapter, starring Muay Thai fighters in bright satin and leather, Galliano’s love of embellishment flowered into embroideries of dragons and tigers.

The Asian theme continued with an overall black-lacquered look for evening. Once again, Galliano delivered a thrilling spectacle. This one happened to cost a fortune in lighting, fog machines and pillars of fire. Scorching.

© by WWD / Photos by Giovanni Giannoni

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