Christian Dior never ceases to amaze on the runway. For the Christian Dior Spring 2010 Haute Couture Show, cropped jackets, top hats and, of course, the whips, dominated each outfit.
Designer John Galliano spices up the 19th century dresses with asymmetrical and over-the-top accessories, adding glamour and distinct style to each look. The sharp cuts on the equestrian outfits contrast precise details on the gowns, truly giving us something outstanding to look at.
Implications - Consumers are becoming increasingly more interested in luxury products that depict a sense of extravagance. Although an economic recession has been taking place in many countries around the world, buyers still recognize and have a desire for the finer things in life. Businesses would benefit from providing customers with luxury items that appeal to their aesthetic sense of beauty.
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Christian Dior Spring 2010 Haute Couture Brings Out the Whips
- By: Joanne LamJan 27, 2010 Updated: Aug 16 2011