The Maison returns to Blenheim Palace in England to display a collection with English airs, much floral print, leather and handmade embroidery. In the struggle for which French brand has the best location to present its collections Cruise (Chanel in Havana, Louis Vuitton in Rio de Janeiro and Gucci in Westminster Abbey), the Maison moved aboard the "Dior Express" to Blenheim Palace, home of the Duke of Marlborough where Christian Dior himself and then his successor, Yves Saint Laurent, had presented their haute couture shows there in the 1950s.
Still without creative director, the parade commanded by its internal designers, Lucie Meier and Serge Ruffiex, revisited the English and Oriental influences of Dior and embodied them in hand-painted textiles, inMore news: 35 Great Chest Tattoos For Men | Tattoo Ideas
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The Bar jacket, an iconic piece of 1947 that introduced the New Look, made its return and appeared disjointed The sobrefalda gained autonomy and its designers reinterpreted it with flops, in draped pieces, in leather and in vibrant colors.
The silhouette appears far from the body but without great extremism: rounded sleeves persevere, as do oversize dresses and jackets, in leather, neutral colors and clean lines.