When creating a collection, fashion designers typically mine multiple sources for their inspiration. This inspiration takes visual form on what is usually called a “mood board,” a group of visual references intended to guide the look and feel of a particular collection. These visual cues can be culled from literally anywhere, but often consist of images related to historic personages, places, movies, non-Western cultures and sometimes single words.
Christian Dior by John Galliano
Fall 2004 Ready-to-wear