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Christian Dior Spring 1998 Couture Fashion Show

Ahead of the Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture Spring 2016 shows, we take a look back at unforgettable moments in haute couture fashion history starting with John Galliano’s extravagant Christian Dior Spring 1998 couture show.

Couture designer: Maison Margiela by John Galliano ▫ Photography by Michelangelo di Battista ▫ Spring 2015

Natasha Poly wears Maison Margiela by John Galliano Haute Couture"Artisanal" Spring 2015 for Vogue Russia April 2015 ,photographed by Txema Yeste, Stylist: Olga Dunina

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See John Galliano's Masterfully Subversive Couture Collection for Maison Margiela

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John Galliano at Paris Fashion Week Fall 2009 - StyleBistro

John Galliano at Paris Fashion Week Fall 2009

Frosted Russian princess Vlada Roslyakova at John Galliano Fall 2009

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Nice Golden Neck Beard - Frosted Russian princess Vlada Roslyakova at John Galliano Fall 2009

John Galliano for Chrisitan Dior Spring Summer 2007 Haute Couture

Vogue Russia, June 2011 Photographer: Patrick Demarchelier Model: Julia Saner Christian Dior, Spring 2007 Couture The Wave pattern

John Galliano Takes a Riding Crop to Spring 2010 Dior Couture, While Tavis Giant Bow Grabs Some of the Attention

John Galliano Takes a Riding Crop to Spring 2010 Dior Couture, While Tavi's Giant Bow Grabs Some of the Attention

John Galliano for Christian Dior Haute Couture, Autumn 1997 two piece suit of gray wool tweed. The jacket peplum is padded and references the jackets of Dior's New Look of 1947. Worn with a choker made of 35 rings of silver. From the collection of the Kyoto Costume Institute.

Christian Dior Haute Couture, Autumn 1997 two piece suit of gray wool tweed. The jacket peplum is padded and references the jackets of Dior's New Look of Worn with a choker made of 35 rings of silver. From the collection of the Kyoto Costume Institute.

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