For Fall 2009, John Galliano presented a plethora of prints from graphic to paisley. Some looks were almost entirely covered, while others only had detailing to cover the necessary parts. Based loosely on Paul Poiret's orientalism and the century long artistic Parisian craze, the Fall 2009 John Galliano collection was on point and easy to deconstruct for buyers.
Implications - The world of avant-garde fashion is constantly changing, breaking rules that were set by themselves in the name of progression. Thus, matching (which was once a cardinal rule of daily dress) is now frowned upon, with mismatching adding into the increasing trend of eclectic fashion that is sweeping runways and retail displays alike.