Mar 7, 2015
From the Paris runway:
Mar 7, 2015
An urban, animal and irresistible wardrobe designed by Raf Simons for Christian Dior. From backstage and alongside the runway, Paris Modes' Sophie de Champsavin and Natalia Grgona share their impressions on the presentation.
It was a feral woman who walked the Christian Dior catwalk set up right in the heart of the square courtyard of the Louvre. Raf Simons reinterprets with modernity the animal and camouflage prints for the short dresses without sleeves with mock turtlenecks.
The allure is dynamic and emphasised even more by the black designs with colored linings. The masculine-feminine spirit is found through the turned up calf-length tailored trousers in tweed. Colored fur gives a primitive and wild air to this Amazonian. The little fringed skirts with cut-outs are worn with men's shirts without collars. And the perforated leather outfits for a knitwear effect have a real modernity.
Worth a closer look: the paperclip earrings and the patent, heeled thigh-high boots completing this irresistible urban wardrobe!
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