Inspired by Russian dancer Rudolf Nureyev, John Galliano put various influences to work to the tune of Fiddler on the Roof. Prepped for a cold winter, Galliano layered dashing outerwear with tweed and twine while furs made quite the rich accent. Meanwhile, leggings and knitwear prompted the role of the dancer while lavish embellishments as well as velvet brought the drama in rich jackets. From the weary immigrant and the divine dancer to the luxe gentleman, John Galliano brought forth the theatrics in tenfold but as usual, strong pieces held up for a coveted fall season.

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