Designing a collection, according to Maria Grazia Chiuri, is about rediscovering the bonds established over time. Confirming innovation and legacy at the same time, the autumn 2021 collection once again decouples ultramodernity with craftsmanship at Dior workshops. Each piece, multicolored, see-through, glittering or embroidered, is displayed with a new pop attitude reminiscent of Elio Fiorucci's aesthetic point of view with Chiuri's interpretation. Just as Andy Warhol did when he reinterpreted Paolo Uccello's Renaissance paintings...
The leopard pattern, beloved by Christian Dior's principal muse Mizza Bricard and later turned into one of Maison's symbols, is a bright Yesil in raspberry and light green tones in many looks. With T-shirts that symbolize an inspiring diary, fashion once again proves that there is a world of Discovery whose doors are always open to an unlimited imagination. Icon pieces like Bar Jacket are reinterpreted, as they are every season, with courage and refinement.
Photos: Brigitte Niedermair Polaroid: Maripol
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