The house’s designer Olivier Rousteing found inspiration in American Fashion Editor Diana Vreeland and her taste for Chinoiserie, Mao collars, kimono coats and the exotic sparkle of Lurex. This translates into a rich palette of Chinese reds, fuchsia and turquoise.
“I saw the documentary about Diana Vreeland last October, and after that I looked up the amazingly exotic shoots that she directed. That made me think of Parisian couture houses in the 1970s, and how they referenced Asia in a very European, highly stylized, upbeat way.”
If you havent seen the documentary ”The eye has to travel” About Diana Vreeland , please do. It’s such an amazing story and Diana was such an inspiring woman. You can really see how Oliver found his inspiration from her. Here are some of the looks.