Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2024 Collection New York


Maria Grazia Chiuri’s Pre-Fall 2024 collection for Christian Dior was first unveiled back in January, with the announcement of a traditional runway show set to be take place in New York, come April.

Last night on April 15, staged within the Brooklyn Museum, said show took place and the collection was unveiled in all its glory. MCG’s latest showcase for the fabled French fashion house paid homage to the “unwavering ties forged between Dior and the United States from the very beginning of the house” and inspired by the German actress and famed Christian Dior client Marlene Dietrich.

The lineup oozed a boyish charm with the silhouettes taking major influence from the 19th century. Chiuri also revived a foulard of the French and American flags designed in 1966 by former Christian Dior creative director Marc Bohan. Sat presiding over the collection within New York’s second largest museum was a buzz-worthy A-list crowd including Anya-Taylor Joy, Rosamund Pike, Michelle Williams and Charlize Theron.

Watch the Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2024 Collection below:

Read below the reactions of theFashionSpot’s forum members:

“Was that showing necessary at any cost? I will say this: the show felt like the state of the world today. No glamor, no happiness. Back, funeral, drab, death and sell sell sell. I don’t think people are interested and purchasing creative type of designers any longer” [brandon J pierre]

“Pretty bad.” [gallianostan]

“It was ALL black. I think she was trying to evoke a certain NY aesthetic that she has in her head. You know what, I don’t know what she was trying to do. I mean look the suits at LVMH care more about selling than actually creativity. We all know this and it’s true not just at Dior. It’s why they partner with Koons, Murakami, etc because they are the artists that people with too much money but no taste will pay money for. Unfortunately for those of us who fell in love with fashion because it made you dream, it is working for them and they will keep this playbook.” [GRCF]

“I couldn’t care less about her work but good luck trying to get Maria Grazia Chiuri out of Dior. She absolutely nailed it when it comes to understand what her woman wants and this is quite an achievement these days.” [helmutnotdead]

See all the looks from the Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2024 collection and join the on-going conversation, here.


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