Not quite finished with the equestrian theme he explored for Dior’scouture, John Galliano picked up where he left off in January — deep inEnglish riding country — this time with the words and lifestyle of18th-century libertine poet John Wilmot, second Earl of Rochester, inmind: “Since ’tis nature’s law to change, constancy alone is strange.”And since the true libertines were not just free-thinking, butfree-loving as well, here Galliano ravished couture’s buttoned-upformality with a gorgeous, unencumbered sensuality.


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