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Dior Ready To Wear Fall Winter 2019 PFW Review

Hats, corsets, and checkered patterns

Dior Ready To Wear Fall Winter 2019 PFW Review Hats, corsets, and checkered patterns

The first of the true power Maison’s of Paris Fashion Week, Christian Dior just finished their presentation of the Ready To Wear Fall Winter 2019 collection. Shown in an elongated, enclosed box like catwalk presentation, with nude pictures of people forming the letters of the alphabet with their bodies on the wall. The event was opened by none other than Tomaso Binga, which faded into Amy Winehouse’s “Tears Dry On Their Own” and then the show designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri began. The first and most lasting impression came in the form of hats, hats, and more hats, every single model was adorned with an almost bucket hat silhouette with various sizes of brims. The second was checkered patterns in a range of fabrics with a lot of it being flannel for the AW season. Eye-catching accessories in the form of midriff corsets with the classic Dior ‘D’ branding also demanded attention as well as the bag straps that resembled a modern take on alpine cowbell decors. The silhouettes were chic and everything that you’d expect from the Dior house, from the jackets to the swooping skirts, one can only assert that they have been very well designed. Nothing too groundbreaking, but truly a presentation worthy of the legendary name of Dior.

See some the highlights below, courtesy of Now Fashion, and rewatch the presentation here.