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Dior showcases collarbone tattoos at haute couture show

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Dior under Maria Grazia Chuiri, in my humble opinion, has gone from strength to strength. I simply adore everything she's sent down the runway recently and this season's haute couture is no exception. 

This season saw the inclusion of beautiful tulle masks, incredibly made couture and of course, the real trendsetting art - the gorgeous collarbone and finger transfer tattoos. 

Dior's haute couture show in Paris found inspiration in the Surrealist movement, with a black and white colour palette and optical illusions playing a large role in the designs.

The temporary tattoos included phrases in French such as 'spectral attitudes', 'love is always before you. Love!' and 'the imaginary is what tends to become real'. 

The 'woke aesthetic' Chuiri has brought to Dior has received mixed reviews, although many believe that Chuiri design choices and daring concepts are great artistic decisions for Dior. 

I personally can't wait to get my hands on some temporary tattoos to wear on my collarbones and fingers and love the concept that Chuiri has brought to the iconic brand. 

Which couture show did you love?




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