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The name of the collection is Horizon: a clean and clear naturalistic line of beauty, looking from the past into the expanse of the future. Find out more about SS 2016 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show by Dior. Discover more with this article that we made for you.
In the Spring-Summer collection, Raf Simons, Artistic Director of Christian Dior, strips away many extraneous elements to concentrate on a purity of line and precision in technique to find an ease for the future.
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“I wanted the collection to have a purity to it,” says Raf Simons. “To simplify and concentrate on a line that expressed an idea of femininity, fragility and sensitivity without sacrificing strength and impact; there might be a simplicity in how the collection looks, but it is extremely complex in terms of technique. There are literal layers of the past, from the Victorian-style underwear layered under the transparent bias cut dresses and the Bar jackets and rough knits, but for me it still all feels oddly futuristic and strangely romantic. Like this woman is about to travel through space and time.”
At once sensual and disciplined, feminine and masculine, classicism and the contemporary come together to form a new, softer, ideal of futurism in the collection. Fragments of the past collide with the world of the present in historical styles and techniques applied to utilitarian and unisex garments.
In a similar sense the collection moves from the self-contained, cultivated garden of the ‘femme fleur’ towards what could be seen as a new terrain, at once more naturalistic and alien. A flowered landslide can be seen in the Cour Carrée du Louvre, escaping the traditional bounds of the show venue and pouring inside and out; a soft, fluid landscape of the future.
“For this collection I wanted to look at something rougher and more natural than the garden,” explains Raf Simons. “At the same time, and just as in nature, I wanted to find a new kind of precision, purity and ease. A fragment of what is to come.”
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