Yee-haw! Saddle up for some serious fashion inspiration… Dior kicked off the cruise season (a month long runway battle between powerhouse fashion brands) with its new artistic director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, who powered the runway with a visionary stampede.
Aside from Charlize Theron, Demi Moore, and Rihanna heating up the landscape with their fierce get-ups, Dior’s 2018 Cruise Collection debuted a feminist-Western aesthetic that is still giving me goosebumps.
According to InStyle:
Chiuri’s collection included many references that immediately drew comparisons to Native American iconography, although many of the crude drawings of horses, bison, and hunters that appeared on her hand-painted chiffon dresses, or etched into suede separates, was drawn directly from the Paleolithic cave drawings discovered in the Lascaux cave of France in 1940.
Open range feels.
Thanks Dior. Now, I want to be a cowgirl. 😉
Those knit furs, fringe and patchwork designs are everything.
Would you bring this cowgirl style to the streets? Weigh in below?