The Paris shows kicked off with Maria Grazia Chiuri gracing us with the influence of modern dance and its impact on the spirit of fashion. The presentation lit up the dark stage showcasing the Sharon Eyal Dance Company’s they performed alongside the glamour of Dior. The dancers were clothed in a bodysuit to resemble a human canvas to emphasize natural creativity and beauty in motion. This cultivated setting respected the brand’s elegance that admires and accentuated the delicacy of the woman’s outline.
The new frocks honored their signature Bar Jacket, tamed version of the flow skirts and tie-dye motifs everywhere. There was an emphasis on the popular crossbody straps paying homage to the house’s history and the modernized the dames of Dior.
All in all, the cool, and classic artistry were meant to impact a cultured heart. Whether, a dancer or a runway model, it is the expressive style of movement that will always be remembered.