Designer Maria Grazia Chiuri presented DIOR Pre-Fall 2021 Collection, that fuses innovation and heritage, and modernity with the savoir-faire. The collection was inspired by designer Elio Fiorucci’s aesthetic power, as well as with a 1950s leopard print trench by Christian Dior, and the way Andy Warhol’s reinterpreted Renaissance paintings by Paolo Uccello. The collection explores Pop attitude and sportswear spirit. Fashion photographer Brigitte Niedermair lensed the lookbook, and Maripol captured the polaroid series.
“Mizza Bricard, the muse of muses for Christian Dior, loved leopard print – which became an emblematic code of the House – and today it punctuates many looks, reflecting a radiant, vibrant optimism alongside the vitality of raspberry and chartreuse hues. Fashion becomes an experience to be explored, symbolized by a series of white T-shirts designed like an inspiring diary, a space of infinite freedom for the imagination. Dior icons, including the Bar jacket, are reinterpreted with audacity and refinement. An ode to energy and joie de vivre, exalted by the richness of exceptional craftsmanship.” – From Dior