Dior presented a range of looks for its Resort 2019 collection. The line’s theme was a dark take on equestrian clothing pulling inspiration from a number of time periods. Creative director Maria Chiuri Grazia curated floral and striped patterns to cover the slim-fit garments.
Models were styled in sheer dresses with belt accents that add in a strong focal piece to the looks. The Old English aesthetic was updated for a woman who takes risks but has an affinity for the time period. Horse-riding boots are replaced with a chunky war boot that appeals to the modern crowd. The headwear as always is the line’s standout sporting full brims and lace trimming. Indira Scott made her debut among the group sporting an overcoat with a tulle skirt to pair.
Peruse the gallery above to see our top 15 looks from the show.