Loosely inspired by her family album and photos, where she had scarves knotted on her hair, Maria Grazia Chiuri brings life and attention to this silky accessory in her Dior Fall/Winter 2020 collection.
From casual blousons to preppy sweaters and chic evening dresses, many of the models were adorned with a variety of unique scarves in various prints and patterns, which are all reinterpretted by Maria to fit her Fall/Winter 2020 vision.
On the runway, we've seen cotton and silk blends with tie-dye prints, and in silk twill punctuated with polka dots, echoing a summer creation designed by Marc Bohan in 1974, or adorned with the Dior Oblique logo – each tied in a different way to fit the model's look.
And here Dior takes us backstage to show us how we can relive that runway look with its new Dior Scarves:
You can also swipe the gallery below to see the Dior Fall/Winter 2020 runway looks now: