Dior Couture Fall 18 - autumn tones
Now several couture and ready-to-wear seasons into her tenure at Dior, Chiuri has shown ample bravado in her collection for Christian Dior.
Maria Grazia Chiuri took inspiration from Elisabetta Orsini’s book, “Atelier: Places of Thought and Creation,” and commissioned for her set a calm white floor-to-ceiling grid in which she installed all of the collection’s toiles on dress forms.
Gowns in fabrics that matched the models’ skin tones; rich-hued alternatives in structured-but-light satins with details in a flourish of pleats or the cut of a sleeve. It was an ode to Dior's classical silhouettes, their ancestry traceable mostly to the 50s and early 60s.
We can see bridal party colour palettes for the forthcoming season.