Maria Grazia Chiuri On Dior10 April, 2017
In front of her first Haute Couture gathering for Dior, we return to the Vogue meet with Maria Grazia Chiuri from the January 2017 issue, where she reveals to Sarah Harris why she trusts we are all always advancing, and how this shapes her vision to dress the lady without bounds.
It is precisely one hour before Maria Grazia Chiuri's introduction at Dior. On the other hand, to be more exact, a hour prior to she makes her passageway before 1,000 of the world's most vital editors, purchasers and influencers as the primary lady in charge of this 70-year-old couture house, which makes her a standout amongst the most capable ladies in form. To state it's somewhat of a minute would be putting it mildly.
Backstage, a throng of 64 models are scattered all through the boundless marquee in the greenery enclosures of the Musée Rodin in Paris. Make-up total, some are as yet having their hair interlaced so faultlessly firmly it looks as intense as it does lovely. Others wander about in white robes, nipping out for cigarette breaks, focused on Snapchat, negligent of the whirr around them. Experienced needle workers stoop on the floor at the stitches of weaved tulle outfits, reviewing, sewing, cutting. In the interim, a troop of model dressers accumulate before the rails; like emulate specialists they're dressed all in dark with white gloves, to deal with the valuable eveningwear as well as even to pull a white trademark T-shirt perusing "Dio(R)evolution" out of its defensive plastic cover. It's hung alongside an ivory Bar coat that is so consummately cut and seamed it looks formed, as if a middle is as of now in it before model Camille Hurel nourishes her reed-thin arms through its flawless, limit sleeves.