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29th March
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Silk Flowers

To realize the costumes for Nuit Blanche, Maria Grazia?Chiuri?collaborated with the costume ateliers at the Opera in Rome as well as an artisanal atelier that specializes in handmade silk flowers. An artistic symbiosis based on an ancestral mastery of gesture.

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Conceived like an haute couture version of an herbarium, the full skirt worn by prima ballerina Eleonora Abbagnato is adorned with romantic silk flowers slipped between two layers of point d’esprit and tulle. An emblematic floral reference to Monsieur Dior’s love of flowers that recalls the theme of Maria Grazia Chiuri’s very first haute couture collection for the House. To embellish the sixteen dance costumes she created for this exceptional ballet in homage to Philip Glass, the Creative director had delicate flowers in soft shades handmade, one by one. Sewn by hand onto the dancers’ skirts and unitards, this virtuoso alliance between haute couture, dance and excellence in savoir-faire is showcased here in photos.

29th March
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Nuit Blanche in Rome

In collaboration with the ateliers at the Opera in Rome – her hometown – Maria Grazia Chiuri created sixteen costumes for Nuit Blanche, an exceptional ballet in homage to the musician and composer Philip Glass, presented at the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma from March 29th through April 2nd 2019.

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“I am delighted and honored to be able to contribute to a project that combines so many elements of performance art, including music, set design and costume design. Here, my work resembles a ‘choreographic exercise’ in itself, because it involves creating costumes that integrate perfectly with movement,” confided Maria Grazia Chiuri.

Passionate about dance, as was Christian Dior in his day, the Creative Director sees in this art form, and all its variations, a liberating gesture expressed through body movement. Last September, her Spring-Summer 2019 ready-to-wear show dedicated to dance and its pioneers - such as Isadora Duncan and Lo?e Fuller - was punctuated by the sublime performance of choreographer Sharon Eyal.

Creating costumes for Nuit Blanche represented, once again, an occasion for Maria Grazia Chiuri to deepen creative research at the crossroads of culture, performing arts and savoir-faire.

The ensembles focus on contemporary definitions of femininity and masculinity through the choice of light, supple fabrics that best correspond to the technical and aesthetic demands of dance. With this in mind, knits and tulle are layered, bringing to life fairytale creations that are magnified onstage by the grace of Eleonora Abbagnato, an étoile at the Paris Opera and the ballet director at the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, and of the star dancer Friedemann Vogel, in a piece choreographed by the French talent Sébastien Bertaud.

26th March
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The House’s iconic bag, an alliance of savoir-faire and the audacity of the artists who delight in reinterpreting it, the Lady Dior accompanies eight models, photographed by Pamela Hanson for Dior Magazine.

25th March
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The “CD” cap

For the Summer 2019 collection by Kim Jones, the British milliner Stephen Jones designed a cap with curves recalling the emblematic Saddle bag. Embellished with a distinctive “CD” metal buckle by Matthew Williams, this modern, streamlined accessory comes in black, ecru or Toile de Jouy versions.

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24th March
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Renewable energy

The first men’s creations by Kim Jones for Dior appear in the heart of the countryside for Summer 2019, shot by photographer Steven Meisel. In these images, floral motifs inspired by porcelain dishware used at the Chateau de la Colle Noire - Christian Dior’s home in Provence – keep company with Toile de Jouy and cannage motifs, two historic signatures that were among the couturier-founder’s favorites.

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