Paris Fashion Week- As always, Paris Fashion Week is the jewel of fashion month. Christian Dior‘s latest collection showed us how the millennial woman of change should dress.
As we all know, the fashion world has been playing a long-running game of musical chairs in the past few years. Maria Grazia Chiuri is the creative director at Christian Dior after the exit of Raf Simons, but her reign is definitely seeing a positive change at the French fashion house.
The atmosphere at the Musée Rodin was electric as it was turned into a dark, foggy Parisian street for the models to take their late night stroll. As the first model hit the runway in a heavy navy blue wool cape, and black beret made by Stephen Jones you could see the shift i the tide at the fashion house. Dior is known for it’s eveningwear, but with Chiuri’s creative direction, the brand has made a collection this season that is wearable for everyday luxury.
Chiuri took the label’s connection with the color blue and transformed her collection of wearable denim daywear, and evening luxury into a throwback to the women of the French Resistance in World War II. Denim coats, wide leg trousers, and stylish utility suits were staples in this collection.
But as usual, the crowning jewel in any Dior show is always the eveningwear. A glittering gown of gradient navy and powder blue stunned onlookers as the model graced the runway.
Since this is one of the most prestigious and beautiful brands at Paris Fashion week, it wouldn’t be a show without one of the hugest celebrities around, Rihanna. The brand snapped a pic of their muse and ambassador dressed in the current collection before the show and posted to Instagram.
This collection will be a staple and turning point for the brand. Dior is on the verge of an evolution, and Maria Grazia Chiuri is leading the house into exciting times.
To shop the Spring/Summer 2017 collection visit www.dior.com