Famous designer John Galliano, head of his own label, and the creative director of Christian Dior, is looking for Winter holidays and full of holiday spirit.
In December, Dior Christmas tree by John Galliano will be shown at iconic London Claridge’s hotel. The designer has avoided a ordinary festal theme.
His Christmas Tree is designed as sparkling white tropical Christmas tree, adorned with stones, crystals, flowers, lianas and vines. The sleeping leopard will pole on one of the branches.
I want to combine the festive with the innovative, the spirit of Dior with the beauty of Claridge’s and create something spectacular that will inspire,” said Galliano.
This unique tree will go up in Claridge’s Dec. 1 and will stay in the hotel’s hall through Jan. 6.
This is another bold step in Claridge’s history to provoke, confound and delight our guests,” said Claridge’s general manager. “Both Claridge’s and Dior are synonymous with the combination of impeccable heritage, inherent glamour and contemporary thinking so we are looking forward to see his creative vision for our tree.”
Galliano is the first fashion designer that Claridge’s has colloborated with over the course of the hotel’s 112-year Christmas tradition.