Autumn-Winter 2021-2022 Haute Couture Show

Show online on July 5th at 2.30 pm CEST

Reclaiming the values of haute couture after this period of restrictions when the Dior collections designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri were mainly presented through film. The materiality of fabric becomes form, while the subversive language of embroidery is expressed in a project that becomes a performance. 


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Chambre de soie

  • The backdrop for the Dior haute couture autumn-winter 2021-2022 show – created especially for the event by French artist Eva Jospin – Is unveiled in the heart of the Rodin Museum. A monumental installation celebrating the savoir-faire and cultures of the world, at the intersection of art and haute couture. 

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  • The Dior fall-winter 2021-2022 haute couture collection exalts the links between architecture, nature and textiles. A graphic vision of couture.

    ©Inès Manai

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Finishing Touches

  • Punctuating looks, irresistible accessories complete the silhouettes designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri for Dior with a mix of elegance and audacity.

    ©Inès Manai

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Virtuoso Savoir-faire

  • From the thread to the fabric, and from the structure to the cut, Maria Grazia Chiuri rethinks couture in its totality. This contemporary ode to creation in all its forms celebrates virtuoso savoir-faire, now more essential than ever.

    ©Sophie Carre   ©Maison Lemarié

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From the Colonna Palace to the Chambre de Soie

  • During her stay at the Villa Médicis, in Rome, Eva Jospin visited the Colonna palace and discovered the Embroidery Room entirely covered with embroidered textiles, from floor to ceiling. This singular atmosphere inspired the French artist to create Chambre de Soie.

    ©Edoardo Winspeare