The incredible craftsmanship of the Chanel couture ateliers is on full display here, bringing new brilliance to the House’s iconic tweed—without coming off overwrought thanks to Virginie Viard’s light touch.
Named after the Surrealist painter, Dorothea Tanning—this dress by Maria Grazia Chiuri for Dior evokes the haunting, powerful female forms that often populate Tanning’s work.
Bouchra Jarrar’s way with sharp-but-not-severe tailoring and understated luxury is why women cherish her pieces. This black coat with a single sequinned lapel combines both in one love-forever piece.
Giambattista Valli doubles down on the frothy exuberance of his vision. Have a Zoom black-tie ball coming up? This face-framing number fits the bill perfectly.
The ultimate in loungewear and WFH style.
SPECIAL MENTION: SCHIAPARELLI
The Schiaparelli–Dali shoe hat was already part of Surrealism canon—Daniel Roseberry takes it one surreal step further by reimagining it wrapped in hair.