‘FLORALS… FOR SPRING? GROUNDBREAKING.’
Well, according to Dior, it definitely will be, considering the show will revolve around an ‘inclusive garden’ (think along the lines of lush greenery and picturesque terrains) where Maria Grazia Chiuri has chosen to collaborate together with a collective of botanists, gardeners and urban landscapers known as #AtelierColoco.
What’s notable is that the 164 trees brought in by #AtelierColoco for the Spring-Summer 2020 show will be replanted into several areas around Paris, carrying on long-term sustainability projects in the region. That’s a commendable effort, considering questions have been arising of late on what happens to the props and backdrops after a luxury brand stages a major fashion show.
Dior will be presenting its Spring-Summer 2020 show on Day 2 of Paris Fashion Week, which is approximately 8.30pm on 24 September 2019 (Singapore time). And of course, you can catch it live right here. Enjoy.
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