Dior’s Creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri, showcased remarkable designs at the Paris Fashion Week.
With a focus on the extremely particular Baroque period in the 16th century, Christian Dior Spring/Summer 2023 maintains the season’s theme of female strength. The Tuilieries Garden, where Dior’s ready-to-wear for women is typically shown, continues to serve as Grazia Chiuri’s source of inspiration.
The show which started with models coming out of what seemed like an accent building structured in the middle of the runway with structure dancers in tan and dark brown body hugs dancing by the side of the building.
Models on black laced ball gowns with laced elbow-length opera gloves which went well with the laced high-length socks and strappy platform heels.
As the show continued, the fashion house displayed different kind of designs as some models were seen with white oversized long sleeved tops tucked into black printed skirts worn with laced black socks and platform heels to complement the looks.
The color combination at the event wasn’t much as it was mainly white and black. The bucket-like hand back is not something you can easily miss as it gave the cloth worn a unique feature.
Here is the full image from the runway;