Dior Autumn-Winter 2024-2025 Ready-to-Wear Collection

Reflecting on the transitional era of the late 1960s, when fashion left the atelier to conquer the world, Maria Grazia Chiuri wrote a new fashion story with the Dior Autumn-Winter 2024-2025 Ready-to-Wear collection. Miss Dior, a women’s line that introduced ready-to-wear and was entrusted by Marc Bohan to his assistant Philippe Guibourgé, saw light in 1967 and was brought to life once again through this collection. Also inspired by Gabriella Crespi, a fascinating source of inspiration for Marc Bohan, an artist, designer, and cosmopolitan creator, Chiuri found her as a symbol to that pioneering generation of independent women determined to make a name for themselves through their work.

A celebration of shapes and materials that, when the Miss Dior boutique opened in Paris, gave impetus to a new way of dressing that could unite numerous women and make them all special, the collection offers free and flowing silhouettes, such as those in the A line, that facilitate movement towards new horizons, enhancing the woman’s body without constricting it. And with colors that echo Marc Bohan’s range – including white, orange, pink, neon green, with tones adapted to make-up – the choice pieces in double cashmere, as well as in gabardine, including little dresses, pants, coats, jackets and skirts cut above the knee, the Miss Dior logo represented as a manifesto-signature in a palette of blues, reds, and browns, the bold impact of embroidery, the studs replaced by beads, and everything in between, the looks convey the radiant strength of a pluralistic, autonomous, and versatile femininity, reactivating that key moment of creative freedom of which Miss Dior is the emblem.  

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