Dior’s creative team of Lucie Meier and Serge Ruffieux pondered on how the 50’s fashionista would react to the latest creations, both came to the conclusion that the ‘in crowd’ would be “shocked,” but intrigued as Lucie Meier explains:“Some excited some ready to wear them some maybe not, I think it was kind of a new interpretation of the new look also for us with the very structured top and the pleated skirts.” 


According to Dior’s design team the new collection explored “the conversation between France and England” – to reflect the long cultural and fashion interplay between the two countries, which have often traded trends as well as blows, Euronews reports.

 

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