Christian Dior Painstakenly Created Its Fall 2020 Couture Collection

 

Over the years, Christian Dior always prides itself on high fashion designing and dressmaking but the appears to have received

On the heels of World War II at that time, over 60 French fashion designers presented a miniature of their dresses, one-third the size of human scale that toured the world on mannequins in an exhibit that raised funds for war survivors as well as revive the French fashion industry. However, with the current Covid-19 pandemic, social life has clearly been reshaped and there’s no runway for a fashion show, Chiuri thought it would be best to translate the 75-years-old concept into her Autumn-Winter 2020-2021 Haute Couture presentation, where clients across the globe can engage with.

 

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Chiuri’s inspiration was taken from nature, fantasy, as well as citing female creatives of the 20th-century like Lee Miller, Dora Maar, and Jacqueline Lamba as her muses for the collection. She also conceptualized what the brand is called ‘Le Mythe Dior,’ a film directed by Italian filmmaker, Matteo Garrone, to showcase the magical transformation of her miniature fairy tales into life-sized creations.

 

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“Surrealist images manage to make visible what is in itself invisible,” Chiuri stated in a press release. “I’m interested in mystery and magic, which are also a way of exorcising uncertainty about the future.” Here, continue clicking to have a glimpse of the collection.

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