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Who knew scaffolding could be so chic!


Ultra cute and truly impressed by the 70’s vibe that was truly visible in the arena where Dior’s Spring 2015 Haute Couture fashion show took place. Everything from the set up to the little details on the garments truly made the 70’s vibe come to life. From colour-blocking full skirts to sexual sequinned jumpsuits, just throw in a disco ball and the new Dior girl is ready to get her groove on. The cut-out trend is definitely here to stay already seen at Versace Couture last night and proving it is no longer about showing skin, but about mastering the art of strong layering.

From full skirts to dresses. the designs at Dior’s Spring 2015 Haute Couture collection reminded me of the houses iconic days where designs from the 1950’s, when the strong ‘New Look’ was launched. I highly predict that one of these dresses will make their way onto the red carpet events, of course – that’s what most gowns are made for now, right? This awards season I guess Kathy Griffin won’t have much to say! That’s the trick behind the ‘New Look,’ it is timeless and suitable for any time.

I loved the latex knee-high boots with the outfits adding a S&M chic feel In the mix it was said, the ankle boots that were paired with short floral and sequined pieces were more appealing; however I think not.

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Celebrating five years online,, founded by Cameron Tewson in 2012, is an online media outlet which consists of his musings, thoughts and observations within the fashion industry; editing from both front row and backstage at shows across the globe. With an ever growing following from around the world, Cameron and his work on has been named one of the top ten bloggers in the world. Cameron and has previously consulted and worked for brands as well as global organisations which only adds to the depth, style and insider knowledge., is the number one destination for all things luxury including travel from Summer 2017. View all posts by Cameron Tewson →