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Dior brings the sixties back to life for fall-winter 2024-2025

2024-02-27T17:45:14.955Z

Highlights: Dior brings the sixties back to life for fall-winter 2024-2025. Maria Grazia Chiuri pays homage to Marc Bohan, couturier for the house of Dior in the 1960s. The personalities who came to attend this feminine manifesto should praise the collection. Natalie Portman, Rosalia, Laetitia Casta, Elizabeth Debicki or Juliette Armanet… Without forgetting the athletes of the upcoming Olympics: Marie Patouillet, Sara Balzer, Estelle Mossely.


It is in the heart of a bamboo forest that the house of Dior launches the week of fashion shows in Paris. A luminous canopy decor for a resolutely feminine fashion show, homage by Maria Grazia Chiuri to Marc Bohan, couturier for the house of Dior in the 1960s.


It is to the percussion of

Requiem pour un con

by Serge Gainsbourg that the Dior fashion show opens in a decor all made of bamboo: an invitation to travel, the scenography of which is signed by the Indian artist Shakuntala Kulkarni who explores and questions the women's bodies and their relationship to different spaces.

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For the event, she imagined

Of Bodies, Armor and Cages

, an installation of rattan sculptures, magnificent armors which echo the photos printed on the walls of her video

Juloos

in which she appears as a warrior protected by a helmet and elements in rattan: a way for the artist to question the freedom of women.

This is precisely the point of Marc Bohan, then artistic director, when he imagined Miss Dior in 1967, the house's very first ready-to-wear line.

Fresh butter color

In 1967, Marc Bohan brought fashion out of the workshop to conquer the world: it is this pivotal year in the history of Dior that Maria Grazia Chiuri highlights through this fall-winter 2024-2025 collection .

Her fashion is easy to wear, fresh, young and wildly cheerful like the fringes of microbeads that dance at the bottom of the fresh butter-colored skirts.

And the silhouettes of the current artistic director make you want to dress quickly and well, with elegance, as much as you want to dance on the tables.

The ultra-feminine of Maria Grazia Chiuri, at the head of creation at the house of Dior.

Sarah Meyssonnier / REUTERS

The looks parade - banana buns from the era, flat boots, small shoes mounted on heels adorned with gold pearls, trench coats, leopard-print jacket, short skirts and three-hole dresses: easy to put on but with that je-ne-

sais -what

is very desirable to return to a smiling feminine.

On Gainsbourg's

Je t'aime moi non plus

written in 1967 for Brigitte Bardot, a series of dresses and tops in fishnet, sequins and gold tassels then appear, reflecting the sartorial freedom of the late 1960s: c It's sexy, delicate and very couture.

The personalities who came to attend this feminine manifesto should praise the collection, from Jisoo to Jennifer Lawrence, including Natalie Portman, Rosalia, Laetitia Casta, Elizabeth Debicki or Juliette Armanet… Without forgetting the athletes of the upcoming Olympics: Marie Patouillet, Sara Balzer , Estelle Mossely.

Natalie Portman, Jennifer Lawrence: the stars at the Dior fall-winter 2024-2025 show

In images, in pictures

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Source: lefigaro

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