Dior in the Middle East
Not long after displaying its circus themed Spring 2019 couture fashion show in Paris a month ago, Dior is set to exhibit its most up to date show for of editors, purchasers, brand followers, and fashion influencers without precedent for the Middle East. The runway show will unfurl in Dubai on March 18, with unique looks designed by the Parisian maison's imaginative executive Maria Grazia Chiuri. The exact location is as yet to be affirmed. In any case, the long-awaited prospective will without a doubt be an exhibition.
For Dior's Spring 2019 Couture show in the French capital, Chiuri changed the Musée Rodin into an exacting carnival, complete with series of lights, a rainbow-tile runway, and female trapeze artists. The runway introduction commenced with London's acrobatists conveying each other down the runway on their backs, bears, setting the phase for the sensational playsuits, tuxedos, and floor-length, brilliant dresses brightened with fire outlines—a strict reference to bouncing through flame that pursued.
Obviously, Dior wouldn't be the first fashion house to host a show in the Middle East. In October, Dolce and Gabbana organized an epic Day and Night show at the Dubai Mall's Fashion Avenue, in festivity of the brand's flagship Middle East boutique, which opened in 2018. Previously, in 2014, Karl Lagerfeld held Chanel's Resort 2015 show on The Island in Dubai.