The Dior display at the Glenbow Museum had four main areas – evening gowns, day dresses, day suits, and then other merchandise like cosmetics, perfume, etc… I found the day suits the least inspiring, and was curious why they would be displayed so that they were the first thing that I’d be looking at.
Because I didn’t find this part of the display very inspiring, I didn’t take a lot of photos – of either the outfits, or the displays. Thus I’m combining most of them here all in one post.
One suit I did like is this black one above – with a very unique collar and interesting hip treatment. However, I didn’t see the display screens for all of the suits, so I didn’t capture any information about this outfit.
Another outfit I liked was a houndstooth suit. This one is pretty boring from the front, but I really liked the back ‘bustle’ effect.
If you want to see more photos from this exhibition, click the Dior tag to see the other posts I’ve made previously. (Or if you’re coming to this later… ones I have posted in total!)
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