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DIOR CRUISE 2019 complete show

DIOR CRUISE 2019 complete show

SUNDAY DIOR ROMANCE: As Dior continues to transition into a more (believable) feminine vibe, the 2019 cruise collection under the creative direction of Maria Grazia Chiuri continues to captivate me sweetly. Embroidered Sheer dresses and skirts with feminine flirty details complement the rich brocades and more tailored silhouettes. Speaking to both the young and older women, the 80-some looks shown on the Cruise runway in Chantilly (BTW also can mean whipped cream) excude a fresh feminine yet feminist vibe. Sweet meets Equestrian !

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Here is the entire DIOR CRUISE 2019 collection and inspiration. I just couldn’t pick faves this time – and I love so many of the looks.

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“Each of the women presented [in this volume] is one and multiple, both herself and many others, some illustrious and some less well known to us, but all of whom resemble her in some way.”- Nicole Loraux, La Grèce au féminin.

The escaramuzas are traditional Mexican women riders who have claimed the right to participate in the charreada – an equestrian practice of performing several challenging routines before a crowd – just as the male riders do. With their strong, sculpted bodies clad in costumes that emphasize their femininity (full skirts, embroideries, bright colors, large hats and flowers), these women proved an inspiration to Maria Grazia Chiuri, the Artistic Director of the Dior women’s collections. For the 2019 cruise collection, she interpreted these elements combining tradition and freedom in a contemporary way.

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…Ample and extravagant skirts are worn with fitted jackets that accentuate the narrowness of the waist, emphasized with a high belt. The collection is punctuated with different materials, such as that great French classic that is toile de Jouy, which has been revisited and modernized, its picturesque scenes featuring the introduction of a series of wild animals, including tigers and serpents. Lace, whether light or opulent, layered in pleated flounces or perfectly rounded, is set off by black rubber boots that contrast with the more contemporary elements: transformed tulle skirts and Bar jackets possess an assertive air. The tulle blooms a powerful red as well as in superimposed powdery shades.

 

“The power of these united and supportive women, evoking the female crafting groups devoted to the transmission of artisanal savoir- faire in a form of shared creative freedom, prompted Maria Grazia Chiuri to reinterpret a series of typical materials and techniques through a contemporary prism. The image of the Amazon, a mythological beauty from antiquity, also pushed her to explore a wardrobe whose sporting dimension overcomes gender barriers. As a result, jackets in Japanese cotton are paired with pants in various shapes, culotte skirts, or skirts whose pleating recalls the design Drags, an haute couture afternoon dress designed by Christian Dior for the spring-summer 1948 collection. The look is finished with the iconic Saddle bag, as rethought by Maria Grazia Chiuri, as well as white or striped men’s shirts, and a slim black tie.”

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The collection also references The House of the Spirits, the first novel by the Chilean writer Isabel Allende, with its portrayal of independent female characters. Wide-brimmed straw hats, created by Stephen Jones, are worn with white dresses, embroidered according to traditional dressmaking methods, with lace inlays given graphic impact through the use of black. Chantilly, a town linked to the tradition of lace, but also to the great French equestrian tradition, provides a symbolic setting for this collection.

DIOR CRUISE 2019 complete show commentary by Brigitte Segura.

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credits:

photos: Adrien Dirand, Estelle Hanania, Dior.

Make-up Peter PHILIPS for Dior.

Hair by Guido PALAU.

Hats by Stephen JONES.

Shoes by Christian DIOR.

Production by Bureau Betak.

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