Jade Dierckx

13 Apr
Fashion

Maria Grazia Chiuri Takes Us to a Post-Pandemic World for Dior Fall 2021

Maria Grazia Chiuri took us to a post-pandemic world with her Dior Fall 2021 collection. The show was held at the Long Museum West Bund in Shanghai, China, where a real-life crowd enjoyed the festive collection. Surprise performances were held by Joey Yung and the Chinese rock group Black Panther.

An invitation to freedom, that’s what Dior’s latest show felt like. The house represented the power of cultures, music, and pop spirit, all embodied by k-pop influences. The all-female group BLACKPINK was a big inspiration as they celebrate the power of fashion and individualism.

Post-Pandemic Party

Grazia Chiuri presented new icons and must-haves covered in shiny, acid hues and transparent fabrics. Embroideries with giant sequins, almost life-like disco balls, gave us major post-pandemic party feels. Disco is once again brought to life, and we can’t wait to enter this new world with festive clothing.

Although we might have to wait a little longer on actual disco parties with killer outfits, Dior created a Spotify playlist to keep your dancing feet warm in the meantime.

Have a look at some of our favorite looks of the new Dior ready-to-wear Fall 2021 collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri.

Photo credits: Dior

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