Dior Spring/Summer 2021 Chez Moi Capsule Collection

Dior Spring/Summer 2021 Chez Moi Capsule Collection

Dior Spring/Summer 2021 Chez Moi Capsule Collection

“An art of elegance and freedom, freshly reinvented.”

“An art of elegance and freedom, freshly reinvented.”

Text: Rachel Fried

Maria Grazia Chiuri invites us all to indulge in the languorous shapes and the unhurried ethos of her latest adornments to Dior’s Chez Moi collection. 

Conceptualized amidst the early throes of the pandemic, when we were all immured chez moi, Chiuri turned a boudoir hand to Dior’s usual goings. In collaboration with Roman artist, Pietro Ruffo the pair refined a gentle approach to the halting casualization of fashion, still trading very much on house codes and brand ethos. 

Today, toile de Jouy heritage motifs are tailored into silk twill ponchos, taffeta jacquard anoraks, and some unerring dressing gowns, a quiet kittenish lull bringing at-home wear fully into the Dior fold. 

Blue and white palms bloom the length of Mitzah scarves, damasked mules, and some utterly irresistible pajama trousers – reaching the heady heights of lounge while still picking up a heritage story of emblematic house ballads: lucky stars, Book Totes, and the every-so-often Oblique pattern. 

The confluence of Dior’s savoir-faire and the joie de vivre of a life lived at home offers the ultimate respite, turning the bulbous hips and outsized tulles of the brand’s past to something unassuming, unfussy, even in-step with the cadence of today, while just as faultlessly modish as before. 

Explore the entire collection here. 

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