Dior takes Paris Fashion Week — Maria Grazia Chiuri swings back in time for a modish renaissance

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Dior takes Paris Fashion Week — Maria Grazia Chiuri swings back in time for a modish renaissance

On her mood board was a picture of Bohan with his young daughter, as well as Gabriella Crispi, the Italian interior designer with whom Bohan collaborated with for the new Miss Dior stores. Akin to Biba, these featured objet and furniture items designed by Crispi, poignantly labelled “Made in Italy for Christian Dior” (fittingly, Chiuri is Italian). Crispi’s “moon” lamp which was sold at Dior was the inspiration for the C D logo created by Bohan, who saw the letters in her design. Chiuri explained that Crispi was typical of the new generation of artistic, forward thinking women with which Bohan surrounded himself with. 

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