Kingdom of Dior

Raf Simon’s first season designing for Dior blew me away. I’ve always been struck by Dior’s whimsical aura, feminine shapes, and modern class…a killer combo. This collection was all of that, and more. Really, one of my absolute favorites.

It’s also got me excited for the magic of new york fashion week…

Illustration inspired by Vanity Fair’s Kingdom of Dior editorial. Print available here | iPhone case here.

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8 Responses to Kingdom of Dior

  1. This is beautiful! I love the whimsy behind this shoot. Something etherial about it which you captured beautifully…. You’re illustrations are always such a unique inspiration in my own fashion illustration work! xx jessica Rae

  2. rita says:

    stunning! i am loving your work with glitter (or what looks like it? i have no idea!) it makes me so happy!

  3. Philippa says:

    Wow this is beautiful. I’m in love with your blog! xxx

  4. Stafford B says:

    Oh wowww! I absolutely love [everything about this and also] how the two dresses run off the pink background! Super cute.

  5. Infashuated says:

    Awesome Katie, loved the Dior collection as well. Raf Simmons really understands femininity and always applies the right amount of modernity to each piece.

  6. janet says:

    Dior is probably one of my favorite designers. Love the eclectic creativity he brings to the table!

    Follow each other???
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  7. Those are such beautiful illustrations. I LOVE Dior, thats what fashion day dreams are made of…..

  8. Glenda Brady says:

    I love your beautiful fashions and girly art! There is not enough pink or sparkles in the world for me! I can look at it all day long!

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