John Galliano's Fall/Winter 2018 Lookbook Is Inspired by Old Hollywood & Asia

Focusing on attention to detail and bold designs.

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While the exotic motifs featured in John Galliano‘s Spring/Summer 2018 editorial previously stole the show, attention to detail and forward-thinking styles serve as the stars of the label’s Fall/Winter 2018 lookbook.

Inspired by Asian culture, John Galliano designer Bill Gaytten sought to put together a well-crafted collection that paid proper tribute to the classic looks of past eras. Hoping to bring back memories of “Old Hollywood glamour” and emphasize the artisanal approach to manufacturing clothes, Gaytten and company bring bold designs, tailored looks, and varied but tasteful applications of colors and graphics to the forefront. “It’s really about surface decoration,” Gaytten tells Vogue. “Focusing on the finishes, the handiwork, and details, such as cheongsam ties or intricate jacquards.”

You can take a look at John Galliano’s Fall/Winter 2018 lookbook above. For more, read up on Maxfield LA’s special Maison Margiela installation from last year.

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