Dior bans Instagram bling at Paris haute couture week
14 days ago - By Fashion United
Fashion powerhouse Dior brushed aside the whims of the Instagram generation with its deliberately low-key new haute couture collection Monday, arguing that the world's most expensive clothes don't need to shout about it.
Designer Maria Grazia Chiuri said she wanted the French label's latest prestige range to glorify classic craftsmanship rather than the flashy designs that rack up "likes" on social media.
"It's hidden luxury," the Italian explained as the collection of dreamy ballgowns and neat, 1940s-inspired tailoring went on show before the global fashion elite in Paris.
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