PARIS — Remember “The Blue Angel” and “Destry Rides Again”? Marlene Dietrich is on the minds of many a Paris-based fashionista these days, because of a show on her style at the Galliéra. John Galliano, for example,...
PARIS — Remember “The Blue Angel” and “Destry Rides Again”? Marlene Dietrich is on the minds of many a Paris-based fashionista these days, because of a show on her style at the Galliéra. John Galliano, for example, celebrated her in his beautiful spring collection for Christian Dior, which featured furs of all kinds, especially fox, and plenty of ultra-tight, sexy shapes. Here, one of the group of Marlene lookalikes who appeared in his show, wearing a fur, tattooed bodysuit and slinky dress. For more on the season, see today's reviews.
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