It all started during the Alexander McQeen’s Spring 2001 RTW when the Dip Dye/Ombré colorful trend was introduced through a magnificent dip dyed feather skirt; accessorized with a huge feathered creation with stuffed eagles suspended over the model’s head (Hitchcock drama) followed by a breathtaking red dress with dip dyed feathers.
Later in 2002, Gwen Stefani decided to get married and went to Dior for her out of the world dress, and as always John Galliano didn’t disappoint. Her funky pink dip dyed ombré wedding dress was the talk of the continent, at the very least.
Still in the couture phase, ombré again was introduced through the exquisite taste of Versace in their lookbook for Atelier Versace spring Summer 2011.
During the Couture Fall 2012, the Chinese designer Yiqing Yin showed couple of gray dip dyed splendid outfits and some were suitable for everyday wear.
Elie Saab’s model flaunted the run way during Spring 2014 Couture with dip dyed ombré flower buds that are too cute I just want to pick them and hide them in my special box.
Then in came Burberry Prorsum Resort 2015 through which Christopher Bailey portrayed his vision of London’s rain as it washes the colors off his delicate British laced coats, and what a pretty sight it is. It is a sure thing that Burberry Prorsum is the real deal of ready to wear Ombré.
And yet again, Monsieur Elie Saab flaunted his pretty dip dyed
Ombré creations during Spring 2015 RTW.