As soon as the guests began arriving this visual was clear. A large fountain, a grand facade and a bold red shade sneaked its way into the decor—then came the designs.
Billowing long dresses with unique prints, layered skirts and structured shoulders stormed down the Palaza steps.
There was a mix of textures, from smooth suede to dramatic black lace—there was also a take on the quilted puffer. Unsurprisingly it was all class.
Chiuri also dipped into sheer textures—in particular, a draped sheer plum dress fastened with a thick black belt, fishnet stockings visible beneath.
Some models wore large flat brimmed black hats, a subtle ode to the Cordovan hat. Riding boots were also all the rage—it could have been a scene from 2022, or 1922. The drama was visible in every corner.
Keep scrolling for a selection of our favourite looks from Dior Cruise 2023.