Dior’s spring-summer 2021 collection was unveiled at Jardin des Tuileries at Paris Fashion Week, in a setting that echoed a Gothic cathedral with a real-life choir providing the soundtrack.
The moody and atmospheric tone set the scene for Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri’s vision that captured the duality of modern life and fashion. It hinted at the transforming behaviours, habits and rituals of a changing world.
Shapes were redefined in the ready-to-wear collection, expressing a different way of living, including comfortwear and a more relaxed silhouette on formal pieces.
Cotton, denim, silk, cashmere, linen and wool were just some of the fabrics of choice, allowing physicality and movement without compromising shape, but gently emphasising it instead.
Chiuri imbued the collection with Mediterranean influences from various prints to peplos dresses and Roman sandals. A beautiful amalgamation of European cultures that tied back to the historic French fashion house…
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(Top photo by Adrien Dirand for Dior, second photo by Elina Kechicheva for Dior)