Christian Dior went on a fresh couture voyage this Monday, a virtual trip to an imaginary chateau, all the better to unveil Maria Grazia Chiuri’s latest vision for the house inspired this season by tarot cards.
Dior released the lookbook and video of its Pre-Fall 2021 collection on Monday and these are definitely not clothes for blushing violets. Clearly Dior expects the good times to roll by in the second half of 2021.
What is your definition of luxury? Most people would have a hard time agreeing, and a cleverly eclectic exhibition in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in the Louvre entitled Luxes, which opens Thursday, redefines the term.
Without question, this has been the strangest season in fashion in 50 years, where designers have been busy asking themselves what the point of their profession is. What the French call "une remise en question."
One felt a little like genuflecting entering the stage set of Christian Dior on Tuesday, when the house’s designer Maria Grazia Chiuri staged her latest feminist fashion opus, set in a concept-art cathedral.
It’s difficult to imagine a busier executive this summer than Pietro Beccari, CEO of Christian Dior, whose latest stop is in Puglia, with Wednesday’s cruise show. Beccari brings us up to speed on all that's new at Dior.
This is the second consecutive year that the luxury brand has selected the Mediterranean island for a temporary store, which showcases the Dioriviera collection alongside Kim Jones’ Autumn Winter 2020 range.
Maria Grazia Chiuri unveiled her latest haute couture collection for Christian Dior on Monday afternoon in a remarkably beautiful film that seems destined to become an instant classic work of surrealist cinema.