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5 must-haves from the Dior Fall 21 show in Shanghai

From Clueless style check tailleur to graphic eye-liner

5 must-haves from the Dior Fall 21 show in Shanghai  From Clueless style check tailleur to graphic eye-liner

Maria Grazia Chiuri brings light-heartedness, joy and the desire to dance to the catwalk and, for the new Dior Fall 21 show, she turns the Long Museum West Bund in the center of Shanghai into an 80s ballroom, with the floor covered in leopard-print carpets, the walls glittering in gold, disco balls hanging from the ceiling and the soundtrack created by Giorgio Moroder. The inspiration is the pop culture of Andy WarholRichard HamiltonMarco Lodola and Maripol, but also Elio Fiorucci's iconic Milanese store in San Babila. Just as the concept store was a technicolor paradise full of thousands of different objects from all over the world, Chiuri revisits Dior's codes by playing with animal prints, sequins, metallic garments that pay homage to the Space Age of the '60s, check jacket-skirt outfits reminiscent of Cher Horowitz's look in Clueless, sailor stripes and French girl style beret and K-pop beauty.

Among the most winning items, which can be copied in the coming weeks, are the zip-up bralette; the PVC trench coat, the fishnet leggings that can be worn under mini-dresses and maxi tulle skirts; the jumpsuit, from the workwear one to the one covered with colorful sequins; or the timeless Mary Jane shoes.  

For the make-up, created by Peter Philips, the secret is the matte black eye-liner that draws a graphic and marked line under the lower lash line. The hairstyle, on the other hand, is inspired by the world of Manga, with Sailor Moon-style top knot alternating with hats and scarves tied on the head.

Here are 5 must-haves from the Dior Fall 21 show in Shanghai to copy.

 

Clueless-style check jacket-skirt combo

 

PVC trench coat

 

Fishnet leggings and white socks

 

Sequins, animalier prints & metallic effect

 

Graphic eye-liner and Manga knot tops

Images courtesy by Dior.