The Dior Cruise Collection 2019

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Italian fashion designer Maria Grazia Chiuri decided to bring Latin American culture to the Domaine de Chantilly.

She kicked off her cruise show for Christian Dior on Friday evening with a display by a team of female Mexican rodeo riders.

According to a 2018 Vogue report, The creative director of Dior’s muse was the escaramuzas of Mexico, a group of women riders, who first invaded the male-dominated Mexican charreada rodeo scene in the 1950s and did it their way.

“But with pretty, feminine dress with embroidery,” Chiuri explained in a preview. “The shape is very fifties.” That, of course, tied in well with her reverence of Christian Dior’s New Look silhouette and the neo-feminist values this Roman designer has imbued it with since arriving at the house.

According to a 2018 Women’s Wear Daily report, English actress Florence Pugh is a seasoned rider herself. “I grew up on horses — I used to live in Spain where I did proper ‘El Campo’ horse riding. It’s great,” said the English actress, who is gearing up for a banner year, with the upcoming release of movies including “Fighting With My Family.”

Chiuri did receive more drama than expected Friday evening. A heavy rainstorm started moments after the show began and which doused the models as they made their way around the semi-open venue.

But the rain was one of two storms that night. Model and pop legend’s daughter Paris Jackson reportedly stormed out of the Dior show moments after it began.

She told Women’s Wear Daily in a 2018 report, “I love horses very much. I’m ecstatic.” This changed when she saw the horses being used as props in the actual runway. The Women’s Wear Daily 2018 report stated, “It all proved too much for Jackson, who huffed out barefoot, having earlier asked two assistants to help her out of her high-heeled sandals.

Overall the show was indeed a success. Flitting by, Dior chief executive officer Pietro Beccari tried to put a positive spin on events: “They say that when it rains, it’s good for business,” according to Women’s Wear Daily in a 2018 report.

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