Wednesday, 2 December 2009
Once again US Vogue creates a fashionable fairy tale. The december 2003 editorial shows some of the worlds greatest fashion designers with their version of Alice (played by Nataila Vodianova)
Olivier Theyskens as Lewis Carroll with Alice in Rochas iridescent blue-flower ruffle dress specially designed by Theyskens
Tom Ford as The White Rabbit and Alice in Tom Ford for Yves Saint Laurent Gauche sky-blue silk-satin dress.
Helmut Lang watches from the portrait on the wall, as Alice grow to giant size in her Helmut Lang made-to-measure blue organza minidress.
Alice chats with The Caterpillar aka Marc Jacobs, wearing Marc Jacobs's ruffled chiffon minidress.
Alice wears Chanel Haute Couture embroidered satin jacket with a draped satin skirt and cream leather boot pants, with Karl Lagerfeld
Alice in Blue silk-jersey draped dress by Gaultier Paris, with Jean Paul Gaultier as The Cheshire Cat.
Alice in a Viktor & Rolf multilayered silk dress with Tweedledee and Tweedledum played by the design duo themselves.
Alice in Christian Lacroix Haute Couture dress with painted and sculpted mink dickey over a lace top and frilled lamé skirt sits with The Mad Hatter (Stephen Jones wearing a custom-made hat of his own design) and Christian Lacroix as the March Hare.
John Galliano as the Queen of Hearts, wears a Dior Haute Couture coat and is accompanied by his King, Alexis Roche as they pass judgement over Alice, who wears Dior Haute Couture by John Galliano hand-painted polka-dot dress.
Donatella Versace as the Gryphon and Rupert Everett as the Mock Turtle, both in Versarce with Alice in Atelier Versace layered silk-tulle and chiffon-organza dress lined in lace.
Alice steps back through the looking glass in Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière crystal pleated chiffon dress and grey ankle boots as Dina the Cat (Nicholas Ghesquiere) sits in a chair.