Dior’s ready-to-wear show was long awaited and highly touted. The line opened with a series of refined pantsuits, with elegantly designed jackets and flamboyant scarves tied around the neck of each model. As the line progressed, it began to move more in the direction of elegant evening wear, with a pair of gorgeous balldresses (each sporting a stunning and sensual neckline). A metallic color palate was the defining visual marker, and an emphasis on color blocking also made the pieces stand out. The final dress—a ball gown that went above the ankle with hand-painted rose designs—called back to a 50s housewife motif, while still looking as if it couldn’t have been designed at any time but now.
Fashion Week Coverage by The Untitled Magazine