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Dior Show Has Indian Connection

As Designer Maria Grazia Chiuri unveiled Dior’s Couture Spring-Summer 2022 collection, all eyes were on the beautiful embroidered Indian tapestries which formed the backdrop at the Musee Rodin in Paris.

Created by artistic legends Madhvi Parekh and Manu Parekh, it was rendered in embroidery by the Chanakya School of Craft in Mumbai.

200,000 hours were spent to create the splendid tapestries which adorned the walls of the Dior show venue.

Please click on the images for a better look.

IMAGE: A model showcases an embroidered top in grey.
Photograph: Violeta Santos Moura/Reuters

 

IMAGE: As models dressed in fluid silhouettes walked the ramp, the audience got a glimpse of the splendid tapestries.

 

IMAGE: The clothes were deliberately kept simple, and the designer played around with shades of white, grey, black and silver.

 

IMAGE: A model dressed in a breathtaking white lace gown.

 

IMAGE: Through the collection the designer set out to explore the interaction between decorative details and the human body.

 

IMAGE: A model showcases a chic all-white look, paired with embroidered flats.

 

IMAGE: The make up for the show was subtle and the models’ eyes were highlighted with white eyeliners.

 

IMAGE: Dressed in black from head-to-toe, Maria Grazia Chiuri steps on stage to take a bow.

 

IMAGE: Actress Isabelle Adjani kept things timeless in a black cape and white shirt.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Dior/Instagram

 

IMAGE: Model Camille Rowe chose a white leather jacket and skirt for the occasion.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Dior/Instagram

 

IMAGE: Actress Rosamund Pike put a spin on Dior’s signature silhouette in a padded coat dress.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Dior/Instagram

 

IMAGE: Model Cara Delevingne dressed in an embroidered blouson teamed with a shirt, shorts and loafers.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Dior/Instagram

 

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