Discover the fun and fantastic Dioramour capsule collection

Continuing the brand’s curiosity with fairy tales, Dior’s latest capsule collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri is “an invitation to escape and play”.

The creations that form the Dioramour collection include iconic House designs updated with new prints that call to mind stories such as Little Red Riding Hood, Beauty and the Beast and Alice in Wonderland.

The D-Chess check print and the D-Royaume d’Amour motif are punctuated with hearts, while new heart-shaped versions of well-known pieces have been specially designed for the capsule.

The collection extends to Dior Maison, with essentials such as plates, mugs and candles also featuring the colours of the collection.

Dioramour is available in Dior boutiques from July.

See the looks from Dioramour in our album below:

Armani dazzles with ruffles, shimmer and shine in Paris couture show

Italian designer Giorgio Armani displayed a haute couture collection at Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday that interspersed glittering Hollywood-style silhouettes and ruffles with smart pantsuits featuring a touch of sparkle.

In front of a limited number of guests, models walked through the rooms of the Italian embassy in Paris showing off an Autumn/Winter line of sky blue and silver outfits with a metallic sheen, topped off with black velvet jackets.

Layered dresses in pastel fabrics were followed by a mauve feather jacket and evening gowns embellished with strass.

Armani, 86, also showcased a spiderweb cape made of pearls over a pink crop top, cool-toned pantsuits, and a sheer green and pink sequinned set.

As with other high-end brands during pandemic-era Paris Fashion Week, Armani mixed a physical show and a streaming broadcast.

Haute couture week is running until July 8.

See some of the stunning runway looks in the album below: