There was a little slump last quarter, but shoppers are apparently back to buying up Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.
The show notes indicate that women at home served as a point of inspiration, be they poets or intellectuals, "wrapped in infinite layers of color, like Virginia Woolf, or dressed in a simple white shirt, like Susan Sontag."
After a brief, coronavirus-imposed pivot to digital, the French brand returns to what it knows best.
The 37 looks were unveiled via a short film and a miniature mannequin display on Monday.
The brand also announced that it plans to stick with the established fashion calendar.
Plus, costume designer Emma Fryer breaks down Nicholas Hoult's royal "rock 'n' roll" leopard prints and pearls.
Featuring chic pouches for your water bottle, box clutches and even more tiny bags.
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They're setting a very high bar for awards season fashion.
Plus, an Instagram product review account receives investor backing.
Plus, has being an "All American" brand lost its appeal?
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Mark your calendars for April 29.
"Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams" expands on last year's couture exhibition in Paris, charting the brand's history from 1947 to present day.
Fashion and leather goods — by the likes of Louis Vuitton and Dior, specifically — are still bringing in big bucks for the luxury conglomerate.
All of Maria Grazia Chiuri's latest for the label, fresh off the runway in Paris.
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