The Hall of Mirrors of the Palace of Versailles was the setting chosen by Dior to present, through a short film directed by Silvia Giambrone, the fall-winter 2021-2022 collection during Paris Fashion Week.

Among gardens and mirrors, the French fashion house presented the models by Maria Grazia Chiuri, leading viewers through a world of fairy tales among dancers and models.

The color palette of this season moves between neutral tones, such as gray, black and white, which are then transformed into a deep red in midi versions or leather mini-dresses. The new collection also includes tulle dresses, velvet coats and classic street wear.

Tartans were impregnated through a rose motif, in cinematic admiration of Beauty and the Beast, offering a stunning collection of evening dresses designed with tulle and volume.

Maria Grazia Chiuri supported the feminist crusade with fashion made and designed by and for women far from needing, in her words, ‘Prince Charming’. This is how a model wearing a red dress runs down the steps of the Palase of Versailles facing a mysterious forest than does not stop her.

A celebration of Chiuri herself, who became the first woman at the head of the brand, in a brilliant evolution that began on September 20th almost five years ago, under the slogan ‘We Should All Be Feminist’.