Dior was having a bold statement in their A/W ’18 collection. Presented in the gardens of the Rodin Museum, the ambiance of the show was packed with slogans, fashion magazine covers, and photographs from the Dior archives. Aside from all the models wearing black berets, Maria Grazia Chiuri offered 60’s look with key pieces from check and plaid motifs in matching suits and skirts, monogram colourful sunglasses, patches, embroideries, clashing motifs dresses, medium black leather belts, and the comeback of iconic Dior saddle bag!
What’s interesting from its latest show was also when Maria Grazia Chiuri featured Christine Spengler, a French war reporter to take the group shot picture from ready-to-wear A/W ’18 show. Did you know the reason why she wear black? It was because the loss of her brother, which allowed her to approach women more easily and take pictures of them.
Take a look at the latest collection and the highlighted interview with the legend, Christine Spengler in the videos below.