Dior said Monday that it would stage what is likely to be the first major fashion show since the coronavirus outbreak next month -- albeit with only "friends and family" there to witness the spectacle live.
Christian Dior’s The Female Gaze podcast series took on a new dimension on Friday, as its new episode featured an interview with creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri, who described herself as a political couturier.
Christian Dior has opened a unique online pop-up just for clients in the United Arab Emirates. Dior termed the new digital store its “first ever ephemeral digital boutique,” developed exclusively for the UAE.
We all still remember the fashion show she staged at last June's Pitti Uomo, which featured featured 3,500 guests. This Friday, instead, Carine Roitfeld is organizing an amfAR fashion show of confined models on YouTube.
At a moment of compulsory cocooning due to the curse of Covid-19, Maria Grazia Chiuri, creative director of Christian Dior, has been doing things very much in the Italian way. She hunkered down with la famiglia in Rome.
The Paris Fashion Week, with its related events and trade shows, ended on March 3 with a slump in attendance. But the Covid-19 epidemic has since escalated in France, suggesting the result should be put in perspective.