As shows go, John Galliano’s is always the most theatrical, the most avant-garde and the most skilled. For spring, the designer’s muse was a Parisian woman called Maria Lani who conned high society in the Twenties into thinking she was an actress. As such, the show was more of a theatrical spectacle than a fashion show, with headgear, props, incredible make-up and incredible gowns that completed the look.
More comedic naughty sailor girls met boudoir princesses in floor-length sheer gowns. Daywear including leather and lace trenchcoats but it was the flowing evening gowns that took our breath away.