2009 October 20
David Dixon - Daily Partner Promotion: Toronto Spring 2010
(TORONTO) Flora and fauna abound! Inspired by the story of King Nebuchadnezzar and his wife Amyitis, Dixon transformed the runway into the resplendent hanging gardens of Babylon. Crisp, structured tops and sculptured blazers contrasted starkly against airy, flowing chartreuse skirts composed of fragile, cutout crescents. Known for his attention to elegance, Dixon’s fluid frocks looked as if they had been plucked straight from a flowerbed.
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