It is no secret that the world is cyclical and that, like everything else, it works through a balance that allows us to enjoy notions such as hope or optimism. There is no light without shadows. So, after a couple of years of complete pause, who wouldn't want to move on? Dior's new collection is all about that, with a nod to the fifties, an era that also tried to recapture that hope.
Maria Grazia Chiuri brings back pop colours and mod silhouettes as the uniform of the new normality. It is therefore logical that she reinvents the iconic Lady Dior – now in a micro version – and the Miss Dior sunglasses. Looking over our shoulder and smiling at the future to the rhythm of the twist.
Reinterpreting the past seems to be part of a new fashion dialectic. The muses, once personal, now become images of a past that is dissipating, but which we still remember with a certain nostalgia. For several seasons, the Maison has been drawing inspiration from the best moments in its history, while maintaining the Dior spirit throughout. Playing with shapes and moods or playing, in general.