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Today, Claridge’s revealed its 2010 designer Christmas tree by John Galliano for Dior. The spectacular tree, located in the hotel’s Art Deco lobby, has an “under the sea” theme and features swirly silver leaves, sea horses and jellyfish.
This is John Galliano’s second Christmas tree in a row for the iconic London hotel.
Commenting on the design, John Galliano said,
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.
The John Galliano for Dior tree will be on display in Claridge’s lobby from now until 5 January 2011.
What do you think? Does this underwater theme inspire you to try something different for your Christmas tree this year?