The Dior Autumn-Winter 2024-2025 Show

The Dior Autumn-Winter 2024-2025 Show Ready-To-Wear Collection

For this Dior show, Maria Grazia Chiuri has reflected on the transitional era of the late 1960s.

Indeed, 1967 was the birth of Miss Dior, the women’s line that introduced ready-to-wear and was entrusted by Marc Bohan to his assistant Philippe Guibourgé. The challenge for fashion then was the reproducibility of a dress and, most of all, its adaptability to a pace of life in constant mutation, where imagination was paramount. The outfits reveal fluid silhouettes that facilitate movement towards new horizons; they enhance the body without constricting it.

The Dior Autumn-Winter 2024-2025 Show

In double cashmere, as well as in gabardine, the choice pieces of the bewitching Dior autumn-winter 2024-2025 collection pay tribute to this inventive effervescence and include pants, coats, jackets and skirts cut above the knee. The Miss Dior logo is represented as a manifesto-signature in a palette of blues, reds and browns. Unveiled amid a powerful scenography thought up by Indian artist Shakuntala Kulkarni, the looks convey the strength of a pluralistic, autonomous and versatile femininity, reactivating that key moment of creative freedom of which Miss Dior is the emblem.

Groupshot: © Laura Sciacovelli @laurasciacovelli © Artist: Shakuntala Kulkarni @shakuntala.kulkarni

Finale: © Adrien Dirand @adriendirand © Artist: Shakuntala Kulkarni @shakuntala.kulkarni

Credits: © Courtesy of Christian Dior Couture