Camilla Morton is an author, journalist and fashion-industry aficionado, whose commentaries on style (from her vantage as both a spectator and an inside participant) have gained her worldwide acclaim. Her latest project with Laurence King Publishing, an Oracle series inspired by the industry icons – illustrated by Anna Higgie – is providing the answers to all of our sartorial conundrums as we enter the final leg of Fashion Month and prepare to embark on the Paris 'marathon'. And so, this week, we've invited Camilla to call upon the higher powers and divine for us our daily fashion fortunes (and reveal precisely why she's picked them)...

"Christian Dior is the man who made the world look new; his New Look in 1947 was a revolution, and the time that I spent working with John Galliano was the most exciting and inspiring of my career. For true creativity, and to understand the real meaning of 'couture', this is the man to follow. 

He proved to be such an oracle, even publishing books on how to understand and get by in Fashion – and will, rightfully, take centre stage at the Victoria and Albert Museum next spring."

Fashion Oracles: Life and Style Inspiration from the Fashion Greats by Camilla Morton, illustrated by Anna Higgie, is available to buy here from Laurence King Publishing. 

In case you missed it, read all there is to know about Marc Bohan's House of Dior