Autumn-Winter 2024-2025 Ready-to-Wear Show


Online on February 27th at 3.00 p.m. (GMT+1)

For this Dior autumn-winter 2024-2025 ready-to-wear show, Maria Grazia Chiuri has reflected on the transitional era of the late 1960s, when fashion left the atelier to conquer the world. Hence the birth in 1967 of Miss Dior, a women's line that introduced ready-to-wear and was entrusted by Marc Bohan to his assistant Philippe Guibourgé.


In the dynamic context of an increasingly complex and ever-changing society, there was a shift from the landscape of the body to that of the globe. Thus, visual culture brought together art, fashion, architecture, and music to devise a spontaneous fresco, an unprecedented form of expression. Gabriella Crespi, a fascinating source of inspiration for Marc Bohan



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1967. Date of birth of the Miss Dior ready-to-wear collection by Marc Bohan. An odyssey between two symbolic eras, the Dior autumn-winter 2024-2025 ready-to-wear show dreamed up by Maria Grazia Chiuri pays homage to the iconic wardrobe – the reinvention of Dior codes in a new era – and transposes it to the rhythms and desires of today's women. The irresistibly architectural looks are a fusion of couture spirit and functionality, revisiting the free-flowing silhouettes of the A line.


© Lara Giliberto


Perpetuating the idea of transition and inventive mutation that inhabits the catwalk, accessories embody the creative effervescence of the '60s and '70s. Mini or maxi, supple or graphic, the bags come in different variations and sizes, and are enhanced by the leopard print, or Miss Dior logo that run through the collection. Expressions of a fashion conceived to conquer the world, shoes borrow the emblematic shapes of the sixties, exemplified by square-toed salomés,