“Dior loved movement in his clothes,” said Simons, “and I was wondering what would have happened if he’d been in business twenty or thirty years longer, when the sixties happened, when there was a literal movement in society.” Wonder no more…the collection that Simons showed today had the free spirit Dior himself brought to couture.
Raf Simons serves up an airy, feminine and seductive Spring Couture collection. Gowns and suiting equally clean, whimsical yet precise tailoring to conceal and reveal. The setting a stark womb-like space, all white curves and bare form, accentuat the transformative femininity. offering sharp-angled, futuristic looks, which, although always economical, often displayed a dash of understated seduction. Loose shapes, signature colors and proportions, and elegantly sensual cutouts revealing a shoulder, a back, a bit of décolletage. The clothes are lithe and airy as the models silhouette, bringing sweet yet strong muliebrity to Spring