Christian Dior's Fall/Winter 2018 Show Was a Floral Eyeful
There’s a pair of shades for every occasion.
Dior‘s Fall/Winter 2018 show was a reminder that womenswear is about expression and freedom. The range was experimental and breezy communicating the idea that comfort and style don’t have to avoid one another. Creative director Maria Grazi Chiuri pulled patchwork and sheer materials to build slinky feminine silhouettes that have both street and high fashion appeal. Each model that walked the runway including Brit native Adwoa Aboah, sported a pair of sunglasses with a colored lens to match their look. Some outfits were also cinched with a “D” logo belt that clearly outshone bags as the collection’s best accessory.
Scroll through the top 15 looks from the Paris Fashion Week presentation above and stay tuned for more coverage.