Paris Fashion Week, day 2. On September 28, Dior presented at the start of the afternoon its spring-summer 2022 show from a life-size multicolored Goose game . The common thread of Maria Grazia Chiuri’s collections for the French house, art was once again put in the spotlight through a scenographic signed by the Italian artist Anna Paparatti, inspired by his work Il Gioco del Nonsense. In total, 85 looks came to life to the rhythm of Italian tones signed by the duo Il Quadro di Troisi, composed of Donato Dozzy and Eva Geist, accompanied on the occasion of the parade by Pietro Micioni and Francesca Colombo. Among an audience of star-studded guests, Jisoo’s presence from K-Pop group Blackpink was one of the most anticipated and created the event on the sidelines of the scrolled. 60’s vibe, splash of color and clubbing locker roomâ ?? ¦ Here’s everything you need to remember from this show.
Back to the sixties! Maria Grazia Chiuri pays tribute to the work of Marc Bohan for the house through a collection with clean cuts and graphic effects. A nod to the Slim Look collection, presented in 1961 and described as revolutionary by the press â € “It completely changes fashion, just like the New Look l made in 1947â € ”this signature aesthetic was transcribed through soft lines, natural shoulders and flowing silhouettes.
In an interplay of materials between scuba and nylon, Dior experiments with volumes and signs a new sporty silhouette with boxing accents. Or a locker room where boxing shorts become a fashion piece in their own right, giving birth to a conquering allure. On the accessories side, the bowling bag, a new Dior signature since the 2022 cruise show presented in Greece, has risen to the rank of ultimate object of desire.
While Dior imagines, for most of its shows, silhouettes with classic chic and neutral shades sublimated with a just splash of colors, for spring-summer 2022, the house is daring a wide chromatic palette, from sunny yellow, to emerald green through a tangerine orange. Or a cheerful cloakroom, with retro charm, echoing the decor of the show.
To close her spring-summer 2022 wardrobe, Maria Grazia Chiuri signed a handle of vaporous dresses in pop hues. In a princess fashion, these silhouettes contrasted with a series of clubbing-style looks, mini cut and all-over glitter, sublimated by the light of the mirror balls making up the decor. A modern wardrobe, proof that life is well and truly resuming its course.
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