Christian Dior presented its new collection on the 25th of December during the Paris Fashion Week.
The pages from newspapers are spread on the floor. The neon words “CONSENT” are hanging from the ceiling – a collective artist Claire Fontaine created the phrases. Maria Grazia Chiuri, who is a creative director of Dior, continues to amplify the feminist discourse. She emphasizes how it is important to respect women’s rights in the modern world.
The collection was inspired by the designs of Marc Bohan, who was a creative director of the brand in the 70th. Though the show started with a model wearing a black well-tailored suit, the whole collection was influenced by 70th and the 80th: we saw Maria’s approach to such styles as preppy, boho-chic, and Hollywood chic.
It is easy to imagine how people will wear the Dior fall collection soon. In her clothes, Maria is trying to find a balance between it being practical and chic. Although, there might be a slight fear among the Dior’s fans: what if Maria, while trying to attract the youth, is going to make collections based on the only comfort instead of elegance and preciosity.
Author: Anastasia Zhukova