The Surrealist–John Galliano creative director Bill Gaytten looked to artists Man Ray, Salvador Dali, René Magritte and André Breton for the inspiration of his spring/summer 2013 outing. Aiming for a playful collection of prints and item-inspired garments, the range was certainly not boring. Featuring a loose silhouette, Hawaiian prints were the first to hit the runway with eccentric suiting pieces and fur-covered dress shoes. From the sky to the sea, seashells and lobsters motivated topsy-turvy shapes, cut from white and bold plaid red numbers that layered sheer fabric. Adding graphic textured outerwear to the mix, a little structure was weaved into the closing with quite the arrangement to dissect for the upcoming season.
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