At Paris Fashion Week, Dior debuts a mixed collection for any occasion. The collection’s ’60s vibes are stripped of much of the froth that’s been present in so many Dior collections under creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri.
The show was a homage to former designer Marc Bohan, whose “Slim Look” collection from 1961 defined a generation. The aforementioned shades were sprinkled throughout the seasonal pieces via skirt suit sets and retro ‘60s mini dresses (styled with matching coats) that one might imagine Twiggy wearing.
Chiuri choreographed the sequence of subtle and nuanced movements for models to a specific rhythm, and was captivated by Paparatti’s uncanny ability to “explore the concept of play as a space for questioning reality and opening the doors to the imagination.” The resulting looks were playful and fun, yet serious.
Dior gives a collection for the exceptional and the every day, dynamic and reflective of the moment in time and the Dior girl who does it all. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.
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