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Dior Cruise 2023 Campaign Celebrates Spanish Craftsmanship and the city of Seville

21 October 2022

By Tricia Oliviera

For Dior Cruise 2023, Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri has embraced the city of Seville as the location of the brand's campaign as well as source of inspiration. The season's silhouettes are infused with the city’s multifaceted creativity and priceless heritage.

Photographed by Laura Sciacovelli, with a setting exuding the dreamlike atmosphere of Sevillian palaces, the looks embody the passionate dialogue between the excellence of Dior’s ateliers and the wealth of Spanish craftsmanship.

Invoking the essence of flamenco through the figure of La Capitana – the dancer Carmen Amaya –, the outfits transcend masculine and feminine dress codes. Spats, capes and boleros, along with the iconic Saddle, punctuate looks with an extra touch of elegance and equestrian grace. Reinvented, the mantilla, leather gloves and fan celebrate traditional Andalusian spirit, combined with the perpetual modernity of Dior style.

A fascinating journey, fusing exceptional arts and crafts, sealing more than ever the precious ties that unite the world’s cultures.

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