We just received news of the latest Dior Autumn Winter 2015 2016 Campaign, and it looks gorgeous! Here’s the first look:


Shot near Granville, Christian Dior’s childhood hometown, the latest Dior Autumn Winter 2015 2016 campaign pays homage to the wild nature that forever inspired the couturier. “My childhood home sat on a cliff and lay exposed to the most turbulent of weather,” are the words from Christian Dior’s autobiography.


The looks feature mix and match elements from the Dior Ready to Wear Fall Winter 2015-2016 show designed by Raf Simons. We notice collared shirts paired with fringed skirts and tunics. The fringes on the skirts have a fresh, broad look. The collars of the shirts, laser-cut, contrast the shirts and bring a pop of color to the outfits. The looks are structured and elegant – a fusion of conservative and modern.

Accessories include latex ankle booties in contrasting colors and Diorama ‘marble-print’ bags. Makeup has contoured cheeks and heavy black eyeliner.

Here are some of the other looks from the Christian Dior Ready to Wear Fall Winter 2015-2016 show:

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