PARIS – Picking up on what John Galliano himself did best, designer Bill Gaytten adds his own take to the theatricality of it all by throwing his male models into character roles from gangsters to men in sports to soldiers.
3emegauche.tv of France gets a chance to interview Francisco Lachowski during the John Galliano F/W 2012/2013 show in Paris.
Jablonski, who is of Polish, German, and Irish descent, was scouted at a café where she worked. Her mother took her to agencies in NYC, when Ford Models immediately offered a contract (she was 15 at this time).
The full collection was inspired by film stars Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. Loving it!
The John Galliano Company is a quintessential English Rose, a mix of savoir faire and eccentricity and elegance. It is unique in the fashion landscape, a romantic blend of craftsmanship, innovation and skilled ateliers that create a brand that is as enchanting as the muses it inspires.
The Vibe for Fall 2010: Let’s just say, Not so…elementary. As always, Galliano crafts a multi-act drama. (Spoiler alert: Important plot information follows!)