DIOR HAUTE COUTURE A/W 2020/2021 SEEN BY MATTEO GARRONE - CRASH Magazine
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DIOR HAUTE COUTURE A/W 2020/2021 SEEN BY MATTEO GARRONE

By Crash

The never-seen-before virtual fashion week is going strong and it’s Dior’s turn to present its A/W 2020/2021 Haute Couture show in the form of a film directed by Matteo Garrone, whom we know from projects like Pinocchio or Tale of Tales. The Italian director will bring his vision to the pieces designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri and you’ll be able to see all that at 2:30 PM CET today on the Dior website.

A filmmaker born in Rome, Matteo Garrone has twice received – in 2008 and 2012 – the Grand Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. First, for Gomorra, an adaptation of Roberto Saviano’s best-selling film of the same name, a relentless fresco about the Neapolitan mafia (also nominated for a Golden Globe, BAFTA Awards and César for Best Foreign Film), then for Reality, a comedy denouncing the illusions of reality TV.

Perpetuating its unfailing ties to Italian cinema and culture, Dior has entrusted him with the production of a unique film revealing the Fall-Winter 2020-2021 Haute Couture collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri. A magical reinvention and celebration of the Ateliers’ excellent know-how. As if by magic, the creations come to life in a dreamlike imagination, a poetic vision.

 

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