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Dior showcases ‘miniature’ couture collection in a short film as Paris Fashion Week goes online

By AFP
07 July 2020   |   11:00 am
The first-ever online Paris fashion week clicks off with the world of runway shows thrown into an existential crisis by the coronavirus. Dior has replaced its usual runway show with a short film by Italian Director Matteo Garrone, showcasing a miniature collection.

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