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There was a 1960s vibe to Dior’s ready-to-wear show inside Paris’ Tuileries Gardens, where Bureau Betak conjured a psychedelic nightclub for Maria Grazia Chiuri’s presentation.

Staggered colourful blocks, arranged like a board game, served as the runway stage for models, dressed in go-go boots and patterned mini-dresses that evoked the carefree spirit of the 1960s and riffed on the designs of Marc Bohan – the brand’s creative leader during this period.

 

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Meanwhile, geometric artworks, like a spinning wheel reminiscent of The Game of Life, and ironic text slogan reading ‘The Game of Nonsense’ adorned the back wall, playing with expectation.
See highlights from the set below.

 

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