Blue is the warmest colour.
Evolving from her debut prêt-à–porter collection calling for all to embrace feminism with her “We Should all be Feminists” t-shirts, Maria Grazia Chiuri turned to one of Monsieur Dior’s favourite hues for Autumn 2017. Boasting myriad shades of blue threads, the collection notes read “Among all the colours, navy blue is the only one which can ever compete with black, it has all the same qualities.”
The collection was a cauldron of endless artistry exalting elegance while not completely escaping from androgynous silhouettes. Chiuri very cafefully didn’t overdo it either, with the latter seeing genderless denim uniforms and cropped trousers. As for heroine codes, expect tulle dresses accentuating the waist with fairytale like embellishments; knits married with ombre layered flowy skirts and midnight blue velvet separates while leather berets completed each look.
Celebs at the Dior show.
Images: Courtesy of Dior and Adrien Dirand