Dior has been a powerhouse of design and tailoring throughout the decades, leaving a mark in fashion through every stage of its history. From its debut 1947 collection in Paris by the legacy that is Mr Christian Dior to the modern femininity brought by Maria Grazia Chiuri, this fashion house has continued to unapologetically push the bounds and inspire a new kind of confidence and flare.
A new chapter in its rich past was opened as Chiuri became the first female creative director in Dior’s 71-year history – talk about girl power! She took the iconic simplicity of the ‘The New Look’ silhouette and reinterpreted its style to resonate with the modern woman.
With each new season, Dior fiercely impresses, dominating the runway and Autumn/Winter 2019 was no different! This collection seamlessly stitches together playful and elegant, give us mix of rock and roll and old Hollywood glamour.
Chirui has always made it clear that feminism is a key part of her Dior and it’s not just through pretty floral patterns or lots of sequins. Instead, she weaves together the tulle and bodices with faded denim and leather, triumphantly letting a new kind of feminism speak out for itself! Ladies we got this!