The showing took place in an ornate room in a building on the Avenue Foch, and Karlie Kloss opened just as she did at Friday’s Dior show. The clothes had touches of ’40s glamour, while a healthy scattering of prints punctuated the collection. As the Times‘ Eric Wilson noted, the soundtrack also had a flair for the dramatic: “The clothes gave no hint about the mood of the house, but the music selection suggested a sense of loss: Adele’s ‘Rolling in the Deep,’ which includes the line ‘We could have had it all,’ and, at the finale, the opening of Coldplay’s ‘Viva La Vida,’ which begins with ‘I used to rule the world …'”
What we found most interesting (and probably least intentional) was the small Jewish star tattoo we spotted on one of the model’s arms, which can’t help but recall the allegations of anti-Semitism surrounding Galliano.
this is some kind of spaceship or something.