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22 October
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In Bloom

An emblem of the unwavering links between China and the House, the Rosa Mutabilis is metamorphosed into precious embroideries on exclusive designs created in the heart of the Dior Ateliers. Discover their savoir-faire in pictures. 

21 October
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A Pluralistic Garden

Echoing the aura of the Monte Verità utopian community, tie-dye motifs are deployed on exclusive, infinitely lightweight silhouettes. Printed then draped, the tulle fabric is adorned with this hypnotic motif, creating captivating effects of transparency and superposition. 

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21 October
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Rosa mutabilis

For the presentation of her Spring-Summer 2020 collection in Shanghai, Maria Grazia Chiuri unveiled a series of original looks inspired by the Rosa Mutabilis, a precious rose species from China that changes color as its flowers bloom. This symbol blossoms on separates as well as delicate embroidered dresses.

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20 October
Shows

A Night in Shanghai

From discovering the décor to the after-party, via the exclusive silhouettes designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri, relive the highlights of the Spring-Summer 2020 ready-to-wear show held yesterday in Shanghai.

19 October
Shows

A traveling grove

For the spring-summer 2020 ready-to-wear show, held today at the Shanghai Exhibition Center, Maria Grazia Chiuri chose to work with the Coloco landscaping collective.

Extending the partnership initiated in September in Paris, they worked together to create a scenography like an “inclusive garden”, questioning the place and the role of living beings on our planet. Peopled with around one hundred trees from diverse species – sourced from different nurseries in the Shanghai region – the space advocates the need for diversity through the comingling of species in order to survive in the face of climate change.

Brought together for for Dior’s show space at the Shanghai Exhibition Center, these plants will continue their journey and join a long-term project - in the new Nanda eco-neighborhood in the heart of Baoshan District – so that the life of this pluralist garden will endure. 

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