Dior Fall-Winter 2024 - Paris Fashion Week

Dior Fall/Winter 2024 – Paris Fashion Week

Maria Grazia Chiuri's Dior Fall/Winter 2024 collection celebrates the 1960s, a pivotal era for women's fashion and empowerment, through powerful tailoring, iconic Miss Dior references, and a focus on comfort and confidence.
February 29, 2024

Maria Grazia Chiuri’s Fall/Winter 2024 collection for Dior is a powerful ode to the evolution of women’s style and empowerment in the 1960s. Drawing inspiration from the launch of the brand’s first ready-to-wear line, Miss Dior, in 1967, Chiuri pays homage to both the era’s groundbreaking fashion shifts and the quiet revolutionary, Marc Bohan, who led the line’s creation.


The collection channels the confidence and ease of the 1960s with sharp tailoring, miniskirts, belted trench coats, and slouchy pantsuits, often presented in a monochrome palette. Bold accessories like black patent leather boots with gold heels add a touch of edge, while wide-brim hats inspired by Italian designer Gabriella Crespi nod to the era’s effortless elegance.

Chiuri’s personal connection to this period shines through, evident in her use of a vintage Miss Dior logo reinterpreted as a “manifesto” and the grainy photo she shared of herself as a young girl embracing the era’s fashion trends.


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Beyond nostalgia, the collection reflects Chiuri’s ongoing mission to empower women through fashion. The loose silhouettes, practical footwear, and playful branding all contribute to a wardrobe meant for confident and independent individuals.

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