Dior Cruise Collection 2020

Maria Grazia Chiuri, artistic director of Maison Dior, choose Morocco, at the crossroads of the Mediterranean, Europe, and Africa, like a dream destination for artists, poets, writers to present the Cruise 2020 collection by Dior. Showing the 2020 Cruise collection in Marrakesh, with its opulent palaces, represents a way of being guided by the memory of the House and Christian Dior’s first successor, Yves Saint Laurent, a native of Oran who was fascinated by Morocco.



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For this collection, Maria Grazia Chiuri was inspired by wax, this print fabric famous in Africa, represents a unique cultural melting pot. She collaborated with Uniwax factory in Ivory Coast, to reinterpret Dior codes by integrating them into the weave of the fabric for a special edition.



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Revisited in Wax, new toiles de Jouy come to life, recasting various landscapes, stylized florals and animals mix or reinventing tarot motifs.



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At the crossroads of culture and emotion, Maria Grazia Chiuri underscores the power of Nature, an evocation punctuated with ecru silk, silk gauze, and shantung that, in shades of sand, indigo or burned red ocher, enhance coats and suits, pleated skirts and trousers.



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Celebrities who wore Dior to the Dior Croisiere 2020 Ready-To-Wear show.



Alexia Niedzielski wore a Dior 2019 beige guipure lace dress. © Dior.
Amira Casar wore a Dior black cashmere sweater with a Dior Spring-Summer 2019 Bar suit striped. © Dior



















Caroline Issa wore a Dior Fall 2019 red wool and silk jacket with a Dior pink pleated silk shirt. © Dior.
Emmanuelle Seigner wore a Dior Spring-Summer 2019 white pleated silk dress. © Dior.



















Jessica Alba wore a Dior 2019 printed tulle body with printed tulle skirt. © Dior.
Karlie Kloss wore a Dior Fall 2019 black silk dress. © Dior.

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