'THROUGH SPACE AND TIME' WITH RAF SIMONS & DIOR
Flowers, flowers, and more flowers - delphiniums were a central element at the Dior show this season. Organized by Bureau Betak, the show thought to be located in a very cliche venue- the Louvre. However, in spite of that, the Louvre was recreated into a garden of Eden covered with thousands of tiny blue flowers that reached the skies.
Raf Simons' concept 'Through space and time' was taken from different perspectives. One of is main perspectives was heritage. In 1947, during his first debut haute couture show for Christian Dior, he covered the entire room in delphiniums. Secondly, the futuristic vibe the collection left. It felt as if the models were about to travel 'through space and time'.
Simple cuts and lines, colors and textures of the clothes allowed women to turn out in any point of the history of Dior to stay elegant.
Photos / King of Couture