The Very Best Looks From Couture Week Fall/Winter 2022


The Dior woman is first and foremost a worldly woman, one who delights in beauty and also bravery, determination, and courage. The house’s latest show, dreamed up by creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri, was largely inspired by Ukrainian artist Olesia Trofymenko, who designed the set. The piece she created for the show, “The Flow,” considers nature as an irreplaceable part of human life. Chiuri called upon the Chanakya School of Craft in Mumbai to create intricate renderings of Trofymenko’s work using centuries-old savoir-faire. The institution gives women autonomy in India, allowing them to work in a profession usually reserved for men. The end result? A wardrobe of easy yet undeniably couture dresses, coats, and frocks that are as beautiful as they are deeply tied to freedom and nature.—Kevin LeBlanc, Fashion Associate

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