Since the exit of Raf Simons and the hiring of a new creative director Dior has gone out with the old and are making more youthful clothes with new redirection.
For the fall 2016 collection, there was a lot of black suiting, with slit, high-waisted pencil skirts and softer jackets worn as a young girl might, with pointy silver and black low Mary Janes.
With their hair tightly coiled into buns and ears studded with safety pins and other jingle-jangles, the models walked easily and briskly, many in coats with deep flounces in the hem. There were also cocktail dresses with swathed necklines, scattered with random, vintage-y settings of colored gems and this reappeared till the end of the show.
Here are the looks from Christian Dior’s Fall collection.