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awesome design. i like the long gloves which make the look pretty classy. however, i don't appreciate the eye make-up that much.
Amazing. i died when i saw it and died again when i posted about it
I agree 100% with Margaret!!! I wish I could live my life dressed like this everyday, and with cruella deville streaks in my hair!!! :D
Love the texture and aesthetic of this! Beautiful colors. Very romantic and extravagant.
Really reminiscent of Daphne Guinness… maybe it's just my perception.
the clothes are lovely, but i have to admit the hair and make up is reminiscent of a drag queen
mmm, sorry to say this looks cheap to me
Frida was by far the most impressive and stood out the most.
some of these are so good, and some are so wrong. I think some of the knee-length ensembles would look better if the hemlines were shorter… something about the fall of the fabric makes the skirts look dowdy and shapeless. specifically, this one, for example: http://imagesgonerogue.com/2010/01/christ…
I'm floored. What he did with pastels is amazing.
Wow! I’ve always loved Galliano. Some collections more than others but this one is amazing. I think
up there with the one at the train station and Pocahontas from the fall 1998 collection. Luscious,
evocative, beautiful, impractical(of course). My only change would be darker eye shadows. Not too dark but those pale blues don’t work for me.
This made me smile. It's so…Queen of Hearts meets Cruella De Vil and has a tea party with a bunch of victorian socialites and then they all go play polo and mock everyone for their boring taste in clothes. 8D
The eye shadow makes me cringe a little by itself, but it sorta matches the mood that Galliano tends to evoke.
tho i feel this is significantly all over the place, like galliano could not make up his mind about the theme…its still brilliant.