The Dior’s first ever female creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri made a fantasy of an is incredibly crafted and wealthy dresses for CHRISTIAN DIOR Haute Couture 2017 Spring Collection. It was Chiuri’s way of signaling that she intends to bring some naturalism to the fantasy of couture. “I don’t want to lose the idea of dreaming,” she said, in a preview at Dior headquarters. “But I do want to make it possible for couture to be wearable.”
Maria Grazia Chirui brought along a sharply tailored evening suits quickly escalated into princess territory. There is a zodiac-inspired embroidery, polka-dot tulle material, and fit-and-flare silhouettes from her previous offering, but she added so much in the form of flowers, inspired by a quote from the late Christian Dior: “After women, flowers are the most divine of creations. They are so delicate and charming, but they must be used carefully.”
I choosed the dresses, what I liked and I would wear.