Cruise shows, the most exciting shows after Haute Couture. Why do we love Cruise shows so much? Because they remind us that summer is very very near, the locations are remarkable and the designer’s creativity is on extremely high level. For its Cruise 2018 show, Dior went full Western.
The location was Upper Las Virgenes Canyon Open Space Preserve in Calabasas, California. You know the place where that movie, Gone With The Wind, was filmed. Everything about this collection payed homage to American history, especially Los Angeles’ past. While wearing Lascaux Caves’ animal paintings on their bodies, Maria Grazia Chiuri’s girls invite us to play a game of cowboys and Indians. I’m in, would you join us?
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It’s Cruise shows time! And as always I’m very excited. The clothes, the locations and the story behind them are different from all other collections and that makes them very special and exotic.
On 31.05.2016 we’ve been blessed to watch the first Dior collection since Raf Simons departed from this major fashion house. It was presented in the Blenheim Palace in London. For a collection that was designed without creative director it was surprisingly good. I’ve read comments on various social media, a lot of people criticized the collection, saying it was very plain and not Dior at all. But I don’t think so. My relationship with Dior Cruise 2017 was love at first look. Just look at this masterpiece:
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