Monday, 15 November 2010

Galliano Does Claridge's

Legendary designer John Galliano will once again be taking up the mantle of designing the Claridge's Hotel Christmas tree, this year with the theme Under The Sea.

And, of course, it won't be any old fir tree.

Dior's creative spark said of the continuing collaboration: "The majestic beauty of Claridge's Art Deco interiors never fails to inspire me. I am thrilled to be invited to create a new tree for Christmas at Claridge's.

"I wanted to create an underwater fantasy and have mixed pink corals, seahorses, anemones and jellyfish, all glinting like gem stones, swimming amidst the silver leaves. I hope we create something as sumptuous as its setting and this inspires a truly luxurious escape and a very festive season at Claridge's."

And Claridge's hotel manager, Thomas Klochs, was equally enthused: "Both Claridge's and Dior are synonymous with timeless glamour and impeccable heritage and we look forward to celebrating the festive season together."

Merry Christmas indeed.

The 'tree' will be displayed from 25th November until 5th January.

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