The Dior haute couture Fall 2021 show formed a standout moment at the first day of Haute Couture Fashion Week. The collection formed a return to Mr. Dior’s fundamentals and here’s why.
Cover photo: Courtesy of Dior
Dior haute couture Fall 2021
Again, Maria Grazia Chiuri proves art and fashion perfectly merge. Modern artists have marked her clothes with historic references several times now. For Dior’s haute couture presentation, it wasn’t different. For the occasion, visual artist Eva Jospin created the Silk Chamber, the perfect setting for this collection made with craftsmanship – a great start of Paris Haute Couture Week, after many digital shows last season. The drapes, pleats, airy silhouettes and embroideries performed well in a real life setting.
Monsieur Dior’s heritage was clearly visible in the design DNA of the collection. The Bar Jacket – a protagonist piece in many collections and pivotal to Dior’s famous New Look – and the floral designs combined with light hues screamed Mr. Dior. The ultimate highlight was indespicable the embroideried green dress for a modern, yet traditional bride.