You must definitely have a nosey at the new Christian Dior resort 2013 collection! Why? Because it is the perfect reflection of subtlety meeting sophistication, a great prove that simplicity can indeed be luxurious.
Meet Bill Gaytten's last collection for Christian Dior before Raf
Simons reveals his first line for the legendary house during
Couture Week in July. Have you ever heard of sophistication through
subtlety? Well, this is how we can describe the new Christian Dior
resort 2013 collection. An amazing parade of simple, classic
silhouettes and smooth hues are used in order to get maximum
elegance and femininity. The line definitely caught us hook
especially those oh-so-chic and achingly adorable dresses and
skirts! This is something you don't want to miss, so have a
Beautiful? Not at all! Absolutely gorgeous! The Dior resort 2013 collection is so delicious and seriously lovely. Who could possibly resist those alluring and delightfully crafted goodies? And boy oh boy, there is a kaleidoscope of pure yet extremely fascinating shapes proving once again that simplicity can indeed be luxurious and eye-catching. Have we got your attention yet? Check it out!
Indeed, this is Gaytten's final season at Dior. His creations
are renowned for their wearable touch and less for their dramatic,
spectacular vibe. For the house's resort 2013 collection, the
designer brings a wide range of pretty pieces screaming
flirtatiousness and elegance. There are voluminous dresses,
high-waisted belted skirts, tailored pants and jackets, cute
peplums, tulle and glam evening gowns. We're rather sure that every
woman will fall for these chic beauties and romantic prints!
We also wait for Raf Simons to take the helm and see his own approach and interpretation of Dior's essence. "My aim is a very modern Dior, but at the end of the day, I also look back," he told the New York Times. "I find that period between 1947 and 1957 extremely attractive, and there was a lot of modernity." Simons will unveil his first couture collection for Dior in July. He didn't share too much on the line yet he told WWD that, "I’m interested in creativity, the evolution of creativity and the relationship between creativity and the times we live in." Well, show must go on, isn't it?
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