The new VeryDior: Classic Silhouettes With A Contemporary Twist

For the Dior fall-winter 2024-2025 collection, Artistic Director Maria Grazia Chiuri reinterprets the Miss Dior line. Introduced in 1967 by Marc Bohan and designed by Philippe Guibourgé, Miss Dior debuted ready-to-wear at the already storied couture house.

Creative femininity infuses Dior Fall-Winter 2024-2025 collection

Against the backdrop of a mesmerizing décor envisioned by Indian artist Shakuntala Kulkarni, the runway comes alive with a celebration of the female form and its intricate relationship with space. Each ensemble tells a story of empowerment and sophistication, blending fluidity with strength. The iconic Miss Dior logo takes center stage, adorning miniskirts with hand-painted flair and gracing pumps with gilded elegance, making a bold statement of individuality.

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Gabardine, once associated with utility, emerges as the fabric du jour, specially woven in double-face form to exude a sense of modernity and grace. Maria Grazia Chiuri masterfully utilizes its fluidity to craft unlined pieces that effortlessly drape the body, reminiscent of Marc Bohan’s groundbreaking introduction of ready-to-wear to the House in 1967.

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A refined palette of beige, white, and blues sets the stage for a symphony of prints and textures, from vibrant checks to captivating leopard motifs. Jewel-like tunics tantalize the senses, while radiant fringes dance with each step, capturing the essence of movement and freedom. Gilded beads and buttons add a touch of opulence, while pearls and intricate embroidery accentuate the flowing lines of long dresses, embodying the spirit of a new generation of Miss Dior – one that embraces autonomy, freedom, and boundless creativity.

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The Dior Autumn-Winter 2024-2025 show welcomed a dazzling array of special guests, including Dior global ambassador JISOO and a host of esteemed Dior ambassadors and friends. From Liu Yuxin to Elizabeth Debicki, Kimberley Anne Woltemas to Deva Cassel, the front row was graced with the presence of luminaries from the worlds of fashion, film, and music, each bearing witness to the evolution of Dior’s iconic legacy.