Discover how Dior ready-to-wear pieces are made. Go behind the scenes at Dior Fall 2016 RTW fashion show and view making of the dresses.
Hey gorgeous! I already wrote about the latest Dior AW16 ready-to-wear collection, which is all about wool coats and clean, modern silhouettes. The dresses range from solids to intricate sequin embroideries and gorgeous nature-inspired hand-painting over print. Wanna see how they were made from the drawing board to the runway? Let’s take a look:
Peplums were exaggerated and asymmetric:
One of my favorite patterns was this parrot or two birds in a hand pattern in black and white – which was used in a black silk crepe and printed velvet dress.
Here is yet another bird painting pattern used in an embroidered top paired with a black crepe skirt. The pattern is hand-painted over print, and combined with another pattern.
Here is some more of the embroidery up close and on the table!
Sequins, tulle, flowers and micro-beads – they make up a lot of dreams, don’t they?
Here’s a cream-colored coat with embroidery.
Check out it’s runway look at my earlier article: 10 Things to Love About Dior Fall 2016 Ready-to-Wear Collection.
And here are some more images from behind the scenes of Dior Fall 2016- Winter 2017 ready-to-wear:
So, did you love all the work that goes behind a Dior fashion show? Which was your favorite detail and look in this collection? Lemme know below! 🙂
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Shilpa’s work has been published in the University of Fashion blog and Jet Airways magazine. She is also an artist, illustrator and cartoonist. She is also the creator of Audrey O., a comic series that represents the lifestyle of millennial women. She enjoys creative writing and world travel. Her art has been exhibited at Harvard Graduate School of Design and the Aroma Hotel, Chandigarh and been published in Chandigarh Times.
Originally from Chandigarh, Shilpa also has a degree in architecture and has worked in interior project management. She is also the author of the book “Designing a Chinese Cultural Center in India”. Shilpa has a Masters in Design Studies degree from Harvard University.
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