Maria Grazia Chiuri has designed the costumes for

Maria Grazia Chiuri has designed the costumes for "Nuit Romaine” the film directed by Angelin Preljocaj, staged at Palazzo Farnese, which will be on International Dance Day - Friday the 29th.

Christian Dior loved dance, and Maria Grazia Chiuri’s shared passion for the artform culminates today in the film Nuit Romaine.

The fruit of formidable synergies - a co-production of the House of Dior, the French Embassy in Italy and the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma follows Eleonora Abbagnatoand Friedemann Vogel, accompanied by a number of dancers, as they journey through the Palazzo Farnese via tableaux from director Angelin Preljocaj’s ballet. An essential inspiration for the French choreographer, the legendary palace is transformed into a narrative setting in dialogue with costumes that merge the virtuoso craftsmanship of Dior’s ateliers with those of the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, guided by Maria Grazia Chiuri.

A dreamlike work to be discovered on Dior's YouTube channel and social media accounts, starting on International Dance Day, April 29 at 3pm

Dior Presents The Film Nuit Romaine- Directed By Angelin Preljocaj
Dior Presents The Film Nuit Romaine- Directed By Angelin Preljocaj
Dior Presents The Film Nuit Romaine- Directed By Angelin Preljocaj
Dior Presents The Film Nuit Romaine- Directed By Angelin Preljocaj
Dior Presents The Film Nuit Romaine- Directed By Angelin Preljocaj
Dior Presents The Film Nuit Romaine- Directed By Angelin Preljocaj
Dior Presents The Film Nuit Romaine- Directed By Angelin Preljocaj
Dior Presents The Film Nuit Romaine- Directed By Angelin Preljocaj
Dior Presents The Film Nuit Romaine- Directed By Angelin Preljocaj
Dior Presents The Film Nuit Romaine- Directed By Angelin Preljocaj
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