Dior’s Street Heroines

by Paris Chérie

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On the streets of Paris you can see the powerful impact of Dior’s artistic director, Italian-born Maria Grazia Chuiri. In her first collection she visibly branded dresses, shoes and handbags with four little letters that spelled D-I-O-R. Guests at the 2017 autumn-winter collection show you how it’s worn.

Say D-I-O-R after me

Not once, but three times a Lady Dior. From the 2017 spring-summer collection, the most famous word in Paris is visible on the black kitten-heel shoes, white D-Fence shoulder bag and the black J’Adore bag. And those mirrored sun specs are unmistakably Dior Nightfall.

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In love with dove grey

The greys that colour the skies of Paris are part of the language of Dior. The message here: a chic tweed dress with a snug fox fur and pretty rose-encrusted sandals is impossibly chic.

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Black and white is Eternal

One of China’s favourite media personalities Linda Li with her trademark megawatt smile! Her ‘boy-meets-girl’ outfit is a combination of contrasts: a masculine jacket worn with a feminine chiffon ruffled skirt. The combination will take you anywhere. Nicole Warne (Gary Pepper Girl) sets off a black skirt with a white Dior fencing jacket.

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Baby you’re a Doll

Chiara Ferragni (The Blonde Salad) fashion influencer, IT girl and shoe designer left photographers breathless when she appeared in her nearly-nude ballerina dress. Lena Perminova took the second option: ladylike.

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Ethnic Chic

We love the vixen-chic of this flame orange ruffle collar with a hint of hippie-chic in the swinging, fringed skirt. And Daisy Dai (former Miss Hong Kong 2016) is channeling the 60s in her white fur coat.

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Pictures: Brandie Raasch at Dior Autumn-Winter 2017

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