Christian Dior by John Galliano
John Galliano's influential tenure as the creative director of the house of Dior from 1996 to 2011 saw his designs celebrated for their opulence and seductive feminity. His runway shows were visual spectacles unprecedented in luxury and theatricality. In the early 2000s, Galliano introduced extremely daring cuts and incorporated vibrant colors, eye-catching logos, and streetwear elements into his designs. His logo-printed denim pieces, slogan tank tops, and iconic accessories were instantly popular with celebrities and fashionistas and significantly shaped the decade's ultra-sexy aesthetic. John Galliano's glamorous bias-cut dresses, which came in many luxurious fabrics and designs, often cut asymmetrically with intricate side button closures, were among his most distinctive signature styles and have become highly sought-after collector's items.