Dior - Maria Grazia Chiuri kalidoscope
Maria Grazia Chiuri opened with a kalidoscope of graphic prints, pop colours and minimalist tailoring mixed with sporty notes. She referenced both Marc Bohan’s time as creative director of Dior in the 1960s, when the house moved from haute couture to prêt-à-porter, and the freedom of the Piper Club in Rome, an emblem of 60s youth culture. The set was designed by artist Anna Paparatti, known for her 60s board game-inspired pop art, providing a striking backdrop to the blocked panel coats and skirts, A-line micro mini dresses and boxy coats in punchy orange, pea green, through to raspberry.
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