Dior’s Autumn-Winter 2024-2025 Collection Is an Ode to Miss Dior

Since taking the role as Creative Director of Dior‘s womenswear, Maria Grazia Chiuri has consistently infused her collections with a versatile spirit inspired by the dynamic women she seeks to empower. For Autumn/Winter 2024, she delves into a pivotal moment in the house’s history—the inception of Miss Dior in 1967—capturing the essence of a transformative era that propelled fashion beyond ateliers to embrace global craftsmanship and pave the way for ready-to-wear.

Set to the evocative soundtrack of “Je T’aime Moi Non Plus,” Chiuri’s collection danced around a striking installation by Indian artist Shakuntala Kulkarni, whose work explores the female form and its relationship to different spaces.

From free-flowing silhouettes to hues reminiscent of Marc Bohan’s palette, the collection exudes an aura of liberation and empowerment. Double cashmere and gabardine find new life in meticulously crafted pieces, from dresses to coats perfect for a modern Parisienne, each bearing the unmistakable imprint of Miss Dior’s legacy.

On the runway of Paris’s Tuileries Garden, models radiate the strength and versatility of femininity, echoing the timeless allure of Miss Dior—a symbol of creative freedom and sartorial innovation.

Explore Dior’s Fall/Winter 2024 collection in the gallery below.