Dior unveiled their Fall 2020 Haute Couture collection in a thoughtful and moving online presentation. With Couture Week moved to an all-digital format many were curious as to how creative directors would convey the magic of fashion shows to an exclusively online audience.
The 37 piece collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri was inspired by Surrealist artists such as; Dora Maar, Lee Miller and Jacqueline Lamba. Dior introduced their first online presentation by releasing a short film directed by Matteo Garrone.
In addition to launching the short film, Dior also miniaturized each piece on small mannequins carefully arranged in a trunk, fashioned to emulate Dior's Montaigne Headquarters. The poetic sillhouettes, detailed drapings and exquisite fabrics all scaled down without compromising the initial designs. An innovative way for the collection to travel the world, instead of the world travelling to see them in Couture Week.
To celebrate the artistic masterpiece dreamed up by Chiuri, we will share our favourite designs from Dior's latest Haute Couture collection.
Look 6/37, Dior Fall Haute Couture 2020
Look 28/37, Dior Fall Haute Couture 2020
Look 37/37, Dior Fall Haute Couture 2020