Get to know the iconic Claridge’s Christmas Trees designed by only the best fashion designers!
After prestigious fashion designers like John Galiano, Burberry, Domenico Dolce & Stefano Gabbana and Kally Ellis for Alexander McQueen it’s Karl Lagerfeld‘s turn to shine and dress the five-star hotel lobby for Christmas 2017.
At the end of every year, the luxury hotel in London selects a different designer to decorate its iconic Christmas tree. Since the beginning of the project, in 2009, a lot of renowned designers have added their own personal touch to the Christmas tree.
Take a look below at the designer Christmas trees.
2009 – John Galiano for Dior
In 2009, in the beginning of the project, the selected designer was John Galiano.
2010 – John Galiano for Dior
And the fashion designer came back in 2010 with this unique Christmas tree design.
2011 – Alber Elbaz for Lanvin
A traditional take on Christmas décor.
2012 – Kally Ellis for Alexander McQueen
A stunning design in the signature style of Alexander McQueen.
2013 – Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana
An extravagant design by the fashion house Dolce & Gabanna.
See also: LUXXU’s Christmas Décor Guide 2017
2014 – Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana
Claridge selected Dolce & Gabanna two years in a row and we can definitely understand why!
2015 – Christopher Bailey for Burberry
Two years ago Burberry presented the hotel with this crystal and gold design. Such a stunning Christmas tree!
2016 – Sir Jony Ive and Marc Newson
Last year’s design was a bit unconventional with a forest setup.
2017 – Karl Lagerfeld
This year the selected designer was Karl Lagerfeld, the creative director of the prestigious design house Chanel. The final result was a beautiful upside-down pine tree located in the hotel’s main entrance and which was unveiled on the 22nd of November. Karl Lagerfeld was delighted to take on the project as he revealed that “Christmas trees are what I remember most from my happy childhood”.
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