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Color Art Show Fall-Winter 2012 for Christian Dior

25 Jul

Adapted from Adam Stone’s article.

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Flower art show by Raf Simons for Christian Dior

Since it become clear that Raf Simons is headed to Christian Dior the fashion world waits with bated breath for the outcome for this famous brand and it is already here – with the debut of color art show for fall-winter 2012. A crowd of celebrities entered the residence Avenue d’Iena where the rooms were decorated with real flowers to enjoy the beautiful view. There were designers such as Azzedine Alaia, Diane von Furstenberg, Alber Elbaz, Riccardo Tisci, Donatella Versace and Marc Jacobs, Sharon Stone, Princess Charlene of Monaco and many other fashion art stars and other stars as well. Raf Simons decorated in a unique and artistic way five large rooms of this residence located in Paris outskirts.

Colorful Decoration

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With these vibrant colorful decorations he brings a fresh and modern approach to the vision of the famous fashion house. The rooms are covered from floor to ceiling with beautiful tapestry of colors including blue delphinium, white orchids, pink peonies and different-colored roses, dahlias and many others. It is stated in a popular ad from the closed past “Say it with flowers!” Raf Simons definitely knows how to express himself.

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Art fashion show by Raf Simons

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Model in colorful fashion art show

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vz7qwUslYcQ

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Posted by on July 25, 2012 in Design, Entertainment, Photography

 

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