Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture

For Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture, Maria Grazia Chiuri explored the idea of ‘aura’, how the singularity of couture means each piece is imbued with…
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A yellow moiré faille dress by Maria Grazia Chiuri pays tribute to the founding couturier's fearless plantswoman sister Catherine for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture. Juxtaposing a variety of delicate savoir-faire techniques, its multicolored floral embellishment using silk threads and fine ribbons was undertaken by the specialist atelier Jato 1991. © Andrea Cenetiempo
A yellow moiré faille dress by Maria Grazia Chiuri pays tribute to the founding couturier's fearless plantswoman sister Catherine for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture. Juxtaposing a variety of delicate savoir-faire techniques, its multicolored floral embellishment using silk threads and fine ribbons was undertaken by the specialist atelier Jato 1991. © Andrea Cenetiempo
A yellow moiré faille dress by Maria Grazia Chiuri pays tribute to the founding couturier's fearless plantswoman sister Catherine for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture. Juxtaposing a variety of delicate savoir-faire techniques, its multicolored floral embellishment using silk threads and fine ribbons was undertaken by the specialist atelier Jato 1991. © Andrea Cenetiempo

Savoir-Faire

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Crisp cotton twill, lustrous moiré faille, beaded tulle and the subtle sheen of shantung all unite to encompass Maria Grazia Chiuri's many inventive takes on the classic trench coat for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture. © Elena Dottelonde
Crisp cotton twill, lustrous moiré faille, beaded tulle and the subtle sheen of shantung all unite to encompass Maria Grazia Chiuri's many inventive takes on the classic trench coat for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture. © Elena Dottelonde
Crisp cotton twill, lustrous moiré faille, beaded tulle and the subtle sheen of shantung all unite to encompass Maria Grazia Chiuri's many inventive takes on the classic trench coat for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture. © Elena Dottelonde

Behind the Scenes

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The classic trench coat is the focal point of a fascinating Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture stylistic exercise. Maria Grazia Chiuri totally rethought the archetypal aura of this icon of Parisian chic by calling on the savoir-faire of the House's ateliers alike to cut cotton twill into belted dresses, sleek separates and voluminous outerwear.
Eternal icons of the House’s universe, flowers bloomed again for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture as Maria Grazia Chiuri reproduced them in embroidered form across eveningwear in a mix of colorful threads, beads, chenille yarns and tiny ribbons, as well as on a stunning bodice meticulously handcrafted in crochet.
For her Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture collection, Maria Grazia Chiuri played with the possibilities of tonal combinations, from the embellishments producing piecing and lace effects to the black jet flower motifs darkening a sheer dress and a skirt in a filagree mass of silver sequins.

Details

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The timeless Bar jacket continues its evolution for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture. Maria Grazia Chiuri tweaked the proportions and details to introduce it in a variety of colors and materials, from classic wools to subtly lustrous shantung and shimmering moiré faille, paired with pants or with skirts uniformly stopping just above the ankle.
The timeless Bar jacket continues its evolution for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture. Maria Grazia Chiuri tweaked the proportions and details to introduce it in a variety of colors and materials, from classic wools to subtly lustrous shantung and shimmering moiré faille, paired with pants or with skirts uniformly stopping just above the ankle.
The timeless Bar jacket continues its evolution for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture. Maria Grazia Chiuri tweaked the proportions and details to introduce it in a variety of colors and materials, from classic wools to subtly lustrous shantung and shimmering moiré faille, paired with pants or with skirts uniformly stopping just above the ankle.

Looks

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Actress and Dior global ambassador, Elizabeth Debicki poses for the cameras ahead of the unveiling of the Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri in Paris.
Longtime House friend, Rihanna made a sensational arrival at Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture by Maria Grazia Chiuri show held in the gardens of Paris's Musée Rodin.
Boldly brightening up the showspace in her red lace dress, actress and Dior global ambassador Anya Taylor-Joy got ready to take her front-row seat at the Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture by Maria Grazia Chiuri show in Paris.

Stars in Dior

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A yellow moiré faille dress by Maria Grazia Chiuri pays tribute to the founding couturier's fearless plantswoman sister Catherine for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture. Juxtaposing a variety of delicate savoir-faire techniques, its multicolored floral embellishment using silk threads and fine ribbons was undertaken by the specialist atelier Jato 1991. © Andrea Cenetiempo Floral, Haute Couture, Dior, Catwalk, Christian Dior, Couture, Dior Couture, Dior Haute Couture, Couture Embroidery
Jato 1991 Embroidery for Dior Haute Couture
A yellow moiré faille dress by Maria Grazia Chiuri pays tribute to the founding couturier's fearless plantswoman sister Catherine for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture. Juxtaposing a variety of delicate savoir-faire techniques, its multicolored floral embellishment using silk threads and fine ribbons was undertaken by the specialist atelier Jato 1991. © Andrea Cenetiempo
A yellow moiré faille dress by Maria Grazia Chiuri pays tribute to the founding couturier's fearless plantswoman sister Catherine for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture. Juxtaposing a variety of delicate savoir-faire techniques, its multicolored floral embellishment using silk threads and fine ribbons was undertaken by the specialist atelier Jato 1991. © Andrea Cenetiempo Fashion, Silk Thread, Floral Embroidery
Jato 1991 Embroidery for Dior Haute Couture
A yellow moiré faille dress by Maria Grazia Chiuri pays tribute to the founding couturier's fearless plantswoman sister Catherine for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture. Juxtaposing a variety of delicate savoir-faire techniques, its multicolored floral embellishment using silk threads and fine ribbons was undertaken by the specialist atelier Jato 1991. © Andrea Cenetiempo
A yellow moiré faille dress by Maria Grazia Chiuri pays tribute to the founding couturier's fearless plantswoman sister Catherine for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture. Juxtaposing a variety of delicate savoir-faire techniques, its multicolored floral embellishment using silk threads and fine ribbons was undertaken by the specialist atelier Jato 1991. © Andrea Cenetiempo Embroidery
Jato 1991 Embroidery for Dior Haute Couture
A yellow moiré faille dress by Maria Grazia Chiuri pays tribute to the founding couturier's fearless plantswoman sister Catherine for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture. Juxtaposing a variety of delicate savoir-faire techniques, its multicolored floral embellishment using silk threads and fine ribbons was undertaken by the specialist atelier Jato 1991. © Andrea Cenetiempo
Maison Lesage, the renowned Paris embroidery house, realized a number of pieces for the Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Pictured here stretched on their respective frames, panels of fabric are in the process of being embellished with elements including bugle beads, raffia, ribbons and chenille. ©Sophie Carre Hand Embroidery, Embellished, Couture Embellishment
Maison Lesage for Dior Haute Couture
Maison Lesage, the renowned Paris embroidery house, realized a number of pieces for the Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Pictured here stretched on their respective frames, panels of fabric are in the process of being embellished with elements including bugle beads, raffia, ribbons and chenille. ©Sophie Carre
Maison Lesage, the renowned Paris embroidery house, realized a number of pieces for the Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Pictured here stretched on their respective frames, panels of fabric are in the process of being embellished with elements including bugle beads, raffia, ribbons and chenille. ©Sophie Carre Couture Collection
Maison Lesage for Dior Haute Couture
Maison Lesage, the renowned Paris embroidery house, realized a number of pieces for the Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Pictured here stretched on their respective frames, panels of fabric are in the process of being embellished with elements including bugle beads, raffia, ribbons and chenille. ©Sophie Carre
Maison Lesage, the renowned Paris embroidery house, realized a number of pieces for the Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Pictured here stretched on their respective frames, panels of fabric are in the process of being embellished with elements including bugle beads, raffia, ribbons and chenille. ©Sophie Carre Diy Fashion, Diy Fashion Clothing, Red
Maison Lesage for Dior Haute Couture
Maison Lesage, the renowned Paris embroidery house, realized a number of pieces for the Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Pictured here stretched on their respective frames, panels of fabric are in the process of being embellished with elements including bugle beads, raffia, ribbons and chenille. ©Sophie Carre
Maison Lesage, the renowned Paris embroidery house, realized a number of pieces for the Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Pictured here stretched on their respective frames, panels of fabric are in the process of being embellished with elements including bugle beads, raffia, ribbons and chenille. ©Sophie Carre Design
Maison Lesage for Dior Haute Couture
Maison Lesage, the renowned Paris embroidery house, realized a number of pieces for the Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Pictured here stretched on their respective frames, panels of fabric are in the process of being embellished with elements including bugle beads, raffia, ribbons and chenille. ©Sophie Carre
Maison Lesage, the renowned Paris embroidery house, realized a number of pieces for the Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Pictured here stretched on their respective frames, panels of fabric are in the process of being embellished with elements including bugle beads, raffia, ribbons and chenille. ©Sophie Carre Clothes
Maison Lesage for Dior Haute Couture
Maison Lesage, the renowned Paris embroidery house, realized a number of pieces for the Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Pictured here stretched on their respective frames, panels of fabric are in the process of being embellished with elements including bugle beads, raffia, ribbons and chenille. ©Sophie Carre
The figure of Catherine Dior, the founding couturier’s plantswoman sister and the original Miss Dior, inspired Maria Grazia Chiuri to design a buttercup yellow moiré faille dress for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture, embroidered by Jato 1991 with a multicolored herbarium of silk threads and minuscule ribbons. © Sophie Carre Miss Dior, Dior Dress, Catherine Dior, Couture Dresses
Miss Dior dress for Dior Haute Couture
The figure of Catherine Dior, the founding couturier’s plantswoman sister and the original Miss Dior, inspired Maria Grazia Chiuri to design a buttercup yellow moiré faille dress for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture, embroidered by Jato 1991 with a multicolored herbarium of silk threads and minuscule ribbons. © Sophie Carre
Embroideries that reinterpret 1950s originals, that themselves reference 18th-century decorative motifs, were produced by the prestigious Maison Lesage for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture by Maria Grazia Chiuri, seen here in the process of being transformed into finished pieces through the savoir-faire of the petites mains in the Dior atelier flou. © Sophie Carre Clothing, Dior Atelier
Beaded savoir-faire of Dior Haute Couture
Embroideries that reinterpret 1950s originals, that themselves reference 18th-century decorative motifs, were produced by the prestigious Maison Lesage for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture by Maria Grazia Chiuri, seen here in the process of being transformed into finished pieces through the savoir-faire of the petites mains in the Dior atelier flou. © Sophie Carre
Embroideries that reinterpret 1950s originals, that themselves reference 18th-century decorative motifs, were produced by the prestigious Maison Lesage for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture by Maria Grazia Chiuri, seen here in the process of being transformed into finished pieces through the savoir-faire of the petites mains in the Dior atelier flou. © Sophie Carre Feminine, Summer, Lady, High Fashion, 1950s
Beaded savoir-faire of Dior Haute Couture
Embroideries that reinterpret 1950s originals, that themselves reference 18th-century decorative motifs, were produced by the prestigious Maison Lesage for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture by Maria Grazia Chiuri, seen here in the process of being transformed into finished pieces through the savoir-faire of the petites mains in the Dior atelier flou. © Sophie Carre
Embroideries that reinterpret 1950s originals, that themselves reference 18th-century decorative motifs, were produced by the prestigious Maison Lesage for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture by Maria Grazia Chiuri, seen here in the process of being transformed into finished pieces through the savoir-faire of the petites mains in the Dior atelier flou. © Sophie Carre Outfits, Draped Dress
Beaded savoir-faire of Dior Haute Couture
Embroideries that reinterpret 1950s originals, that themselves reference 18th-century decorative motifs, were produced by the prestigious Maison Lesage for Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture by Maria Grazia Chiuri, seen here in the process of being transformed into finished pieces through the savoir-faire of the petites mains in the Dior atelier flou. © Sophie Carre
he strength and shape retention properties of faille makes it an ideal fabric with which to construct architectural and tailored pieces. For Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture, Maria Grazia Chiuri utilized this prized material in a form enhanced with a lustrous moiré finish. Seen in the ateliers, the shimmering surface suffuses these magisterial examples of savoir-faire with a palpable aura. © Sophie Carre Christian Dior Couture, Rock Dresses, Dress
Sculptural moiré for Dior Haute Couture
he strength and shape retention properties of faille makes it an ideal fabric with which to construct architectural and tailored pieces. For Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture, Maria Grazia Chiuri utilized this prized material in a form enhanced with a lustrous moiré finish. Seen in the ateliers, the shimmering surface suffuses these magisterial examples of savoir-faire with a palpable aura. © Sophie Carre
he strength and shape retention properties of faille makes it an ideal fabric with which to construct architectural and tailored pieces. For Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture, Maria Grazia Chiuri utilized this prized material in a form enhanced with a lustrous moiré finish. Seen in the ateliers, the shimmering surface suffuses these magisterial examples of savoir-faire with a palpable aura. © Sophie Carre Gowns, Couture Fashion
Sculptural moiré for Dior Haute Couture
he strength and shape retention properties of faille makes it an ideal fabric with which to construct architectural and tailored pieces. For Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture, Maria Grazia Chiuri utilized this prized material in a form enhanced with a lustrous moiré finish. Seen in the ateliers, the shimmering surface suffuses these magisterial examples of savoir-faire with a palpable aura. © Sophie Carre
he strength and shape retention properties of faille makes it an ideal fabric with which to construct architectural and tailored pieces. For Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture, Maria Grazia Chiuri utilized this prized material in a form enhanced with a lustrous moir�é finish. Seen in the ateliers, the shimmering surface suffuses these magisterial examples of savoir-faire with a palpable aura. © Sophie Carre Tailored, Moda, Coat
Sculptural moiré for Dior Haute Couture
he strength and shape retention properties of faille makes it an ideal fabric with which to construct architectural and tailored pieces. For Dior Spring-Summer 2024 Haute Couture, Maria Grazia Chiuri utilized this prized material in a form enhanced with a lustrous moiré finish. Seen in the ateliers, the shimmering surface suffuses these magisterial examples of savoir-faire with a palpable aura. © Sophie Carre