Dior - Collection Spring/Summer 2017 in Paris ( with interviews )

Artistic Director : Maria Grazia Chiuri. Dior’s first collection made by a woman.Venue : Rodin museum Mood : a grey floor and wall, white catwalk and light wooden benches Inspiration : Sporty elegance, a female fighter but still feminine, with fencing as the common thread, the spirit of couture with embroidered zodiac signs on the long tulle dresses. A world which represents women today explains Maria Grazia Chiuri backstage Focus : the heart embroidery, the padded breast plate which covers the bust, the transparence, the elastic straps with Christian Dior inscriptions, short white cotton trousers The Bar jacket revisited with an urban spirit T-shirts printed with slogans – ‘revolution’, ‘we should all be feminists’ or ‘j’adior’Pleated dress with black knit lingerieTo note : jumper with Monsieur Dior’s star fetish And all the tulle embroidered evening gowns Interviews :Maria Grazia Chiuri In my mind I would like to give my point of view about the brand. I started this story and I hope that in the future I can tell more about this story Mr Dior believed fashion was evolution and revolution, and also because sometimes we believe that when we are children we grow up and nothing changes, I think we change all our life, I believe men and women change, and times change, so it’s important to speak about that, because you can’t forget you heritage or what you believe, but at the same you have to understand that the time that you liveSidney Toledano :I think that you can speak about revolution in a sense that there is a sort of changing orbit. Of course the house keeps the values, the expertise etc, but the role of a designer or an artistic director is to bring a new inflection. I’m not talking about development, I’m speaking about the new spirit and she anticipates a little bit of what will probably happen in the coming years and to the generation born in the year 2000. This is a woman of tomorrow, who is a fighter but always feminine, this time her values are seen through the eyes of her eyes and not the eyes of a man.Diane Kruger :I really liked the very masculine side and the very very feminine side, very young, very different and very playful Music from the show (only to be used in the context of the show, protected by the right to information.)

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