Dior's minimalistic elegance strikes again
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In the latest couture collection for Fall Winter 2016 the creative team of Dior have shown minimalistic black and white outfits.
Dior presented the Fall Winter 2016 couture collection in Dior Haute Couture salon in Paris. Since the brand still has not officially named the creative director, we got another collection from Lucie Meyer and Serge Ruffieux.
The collection was quite minimalistic and entirely black and white. The accent was to focus on the shape and form instead of the color, and the designers did some amazing work in order to achieve that. The collection has that effortless, chic vibe which can be perfectly explained with the 'substance over style' saying.
The designers played with different materials, forms and cuts, but kept the fashion house's signature silhouette of an elegant, tall and sleek woman. We saw the trending bare shoulder dress 'upgraded' with a plisse underskirt, fluffy tulle balloon forms, structured blazers that emphasized the waist and a lot of midi-length skirts. There was also a sheered moment throughout the collection, but it was played nice and it gave the outfits’ subtle provocative note.
The embroidery on the other hand was delicate in gold, black and white. There were couple of dresses that were astonishing just because of the ‘right’ amount of perfectly places embroidery, that made them shiny and sparkly in the most elegant way possible.
Anyway see the whole runway show and let us know what you think.