All eyes were on Maria Grazia Chiuri once again last night to see what she would do next for her second collection at Dior. If her first output for the brand was light, bright, summery, and cool, her fall/winter offering was just as covetable, but this time more in line with the coming season’s darker skies and gloomier weather.
Below, Savoir Flair breaks down the collection into the key pieces you need to know.
The working feminist millennial gets a strong hat to re-inforce that message for fall/winter. This leather beret by Stephen Jones sends just the message Chiuri was keen to deliver for next season.
Rings on multiple fingers were key for Chiuri’s Fall/Winter 2017 looks. Like lucky charms and inherited heirlooms, they were meaningful talismans, much like the ones the designer herself wears on a daily basis.
The brand’s bags are always a key focus. Expect the same styles you saw last season but in darker hues and with lots of logos.
Dior’s sculpted black heels get a millennial touch with a huge heart on the back. This is declaring your love for shoes in the most literal way possible.