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Christian Dior Fall Winter 2021 Haute Couture Show Space

The walls were covered with a 340-meter-long work by the artist Eva Jospin, realized in embroidery by Chanakya School of Craft.

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Discover the ephemeral show space for the Christian Dior Fall Winter 2021 Haute Couture by Maria Grazia Chiuri. The walls were covered with a 340-meter-long work by the artist Eva Jospin, magnificently realized in embroidery thanks to the skills of students at the Chanakya School of Craft in Mumbai, India.

©ADRIEN DIRAND & CHANAKYA & CHANAKYA SCHOOL OF CRAFT
©ADRIEN DIRAND & CHANAKYA & CHANAKYA SCHOOL OF CRAFT

The work Chambre de Soie, created by French artist Eva Jospin, provides a backdrop for the show, with lifesize embroideries displayed on the walls recalling the Indian-inspired Salle aux Broderies in the Colonna Palace in Rome. This creation serves as a precious decor for presenting dresses with magnificent pleats, trains, and hand-woven chains that compose patterns on the body, in colors dear to Monsieur Dior, such as powder blue or nude. Not forgetting a green dress featuring astonishing embroidery.

©ADRIEN DIRAND & CHANAKYA & CHANAKYA SCHOOL OF CRAFT
©ADRIEN DIRAND & CHANAKYA & CHANAKYA SCHOOL OF CRAFT
©ADRIEN DIRAND & CHANAKYA & CHANAKYA SCHOOL OF CRAFT
©ADRIEN DIRAND & CHANAKYA & CHANAKYA SCHOOL OF CRAFT
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