Dior presented its first major physical show at the Paris Fashion Week at a temporary space in the Tuileries Gardens and was witnessed by a crowd much smaller than usual.
The guests donned masks and were seen maintaining social distance.
The set-up was inspired by a cathedral with 18 light box installations at the backdrop. Soft linens and cottons took over the runway as a part of the collection that had a Bohemian feel to it. The line went big on flowing, silk chiffon dresses in light blue, pale orange and deep ochre. Models donned multiple layers, coats and fabrics in paisley print. A live performance by a chorus of women filled the space with music.
An Extinction Rebellion protestor took over the catwalk at the end of the show, carrying a yellow banner that read "We are all fashion victims" .