Outside, the structure of the Dior show, a large rectangle placed in the middle of the Tuileries gardens, stands imposing and immaculate.
Inside, on the contrary, the atmosphere is intimate.
Dim lights reveal a baroque grotto, a masterful cardboard sculpture created by artist Eva Jospin.
This contrast largely symbolizes the spirit of the Spring-Summer 2023 collection designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri: the visible and the hidden, the public and the intimate, the real and the imaginary, the past and the present of the story of a woman, or more exactly of women.
Catherine de Medici, a Dior woman
One personality in particular inspires the artistic director of Dior women's lines: Catherine de Médicis.
This 16th century political figure never ceases to fascinate.
A series has just been dedicated to her,
The Serpent Queen
, adapted from a book released in 2006. With this parade, it is for Maria Grazia Chiuri to highlight the power of this powerful woman, and…
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