PARIS FASHION WEEK: DIOR BRINGS THE 60S BACK WITH EMPOWERED FALL 2018 SHOW!

Maria Grazia Chiuri drew inspiration from the 1960s students uprising in Paris, for her Dior Fall 2018 show at Paris Fashion Week. Feminism and empowerment have featured heavily in the Dior line up since Chiuri took over as creative director. With famous faces like Cara Delevingne, Zoey Deutch and Olivia Palermo front row for the must-see show, the first look presented was a bold sweater captioned “C’est non, non, non et NON!

What followed were 60s-infused pieces from layered plaid separates to denim patchwork sewn onto dresses, jackets and mid-rise trousers. There were beautiful sheer-detailed floral dresses and leather added to the mix for some edge. Check out the collection below…

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