In her spring/summer 2023 ready-to-wear collection for Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri draws inspiration from Catherine de Medici to depict a (Re)naissance of Dior fashion.
Dior spring-summer 2023 ready-to-wear. Photographer Brigitte Niedermair. All images courtesy of Dior.
The looks depict a symbolic meeting between Dior foundations and stylistic symbols, such as the reinvented corset, which emphasizes the silhouette with its graphic shapes, in a sophisticated setting illuminated by shades of green.
For Dior's spring-summer 2023 ready-to-wear collection, Chiuri creates a wardrobe that examines the various facets of female power. Aptly photographed by Brigitte Niedermair, this collection of images depicts a (Re)naissance of Dior fashion, in an alluring and mysteriously tinged cosmos of femininity and beauty.
An ode to the virtuosity of needlework and ancestral savoir-faire, raffia coats are adorned with delicate flower and bird motifs, which also appear on the iconic Lady Dior.
With sportswear accents, crinoline skirts and dresses are reimagined in previously unheard-of scales, enhancing this intriguing dialogue between the past and the present.
A captivating journey that honors the power, frailty, and beauty of perpetually moving womanhood and is permeated with the collection's bewitching strangeness. See more on Dior.com.