Earlier this week, Dior’s lead designer Maria Grazia Chiuri showcased her Spring/Summer 2018 Collection during Paris Fashion Week.
Maria Grazia Chiuri has done it yet again, pairing cutting-edge trends with an expressive twist.
Inspired by the artwork of Niki De Saint Phalle, the venue displayed a vision of the artists tarot gardens and styles of her various work.
Over the past year, Maria Grazi Chiuri has not only made a trend of statement shirts on the runway, but she has made them pertain to todays world problems. For her Spring/Summer 2017 show last year, Grazia Chiuri showcased a “we should all be feminists” t-shirt, in addition to a “Dio(r)evolution” T-shirt. Opening the S/S 2018 show, another statement shirt, illustrating a tribute the great Niki De Saint Phalle. “Why Have there been no great women artists?”, surrounded by the inspired venue of a monumental woman artist.
As if Diane Keaton inspired Grazia Chiuri’s quirky and playful masculine looks, the collection takes a look at reinvented old style, turned new style fashion.
Maria Grazia Chiuri has crossed charming-quirky looks with bad girl motto vibes. With an ode to Parisian style, this fabled designer has embodied what being a woman in todays day and age entails. And how to be a well-dressed one at that.
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