From accessories to makeup to outfits, discover the Dior backstage pics and details from Fall Winter 2017-18 couture collection!
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Dior Fall Winter 2017 couture collection was simple yet beautiful. With gorgeous gowns and outerwear, the collection was inspired by Dior’s early designs from the 50s. Details like ruffles, graphic art print, patchwork, and appliqué were seen.
One of the gowns had a beautiful handmade painting on it with sketches and name of zodiac signs.
I loved the outerwear from the collection, especially the double-breasted jackets and coats!
Lately, I have been researching and writing about couture collections (stay tuned!) and cape jackets are a thing! We saw beautiful cape coats and art prints in the collection.
Accessories included sunglasses, skinny belts, hats, and gloves.
Dior Backstage Pics & Details for Fall Winter 2017 Couture Collection: Gallery
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