Elegance reigned at Dior’s spring 2023 couture show, where Maria Grazia Chiuri evoked the roaring ’20s with an homage to the iconic dancer-turned-civil-rights-activist Josephine Baker. A symphony of silver, models were sent down the catwalk in glittering bias-cut gowns with beaded fringing that recalled the glamour of the cabaret.
Skin, meanwhile, was matte and flawless, prepped with the Dior Prestige skincare routine, which features the Micro-Huile de Rose Advanced Serum, Crème Texture Essentielle and the Micro-Serum de Rose Yeux Advanced for the eye area. This was topped with Dior Forever Glow Veil primer for added radiance. So as not to detract from the eye, lips were left natural, with a hint on sheen courtesy of the Rouge Dior Mitzah Collector patted onto the curves.
Channeling the sultry glitz of the Jazz Age, hairstylist Guido swept the hair back into glistening updos, styled at the front with contemporary kiss curls. “Baby hairs, updos, braids, and short haircuts—the ’20s are back in all different forms at Dior,” he said.