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A majestic backdrop of Dior & Harris Tweed - our favourite looks from Cruise 2025 collection

Recently Hollywood stars descended on the beautiful Drummond Castle Gardens to attend Dior’s first Scottish fashion show in six decades.

For the first time since 1960, the French fashion house held a catwalk show in Scotland, showcasing its Cruise 2025 collection in the spectacular gardens of Drummond Castle, near Crieff.

The star-studded guest-list included Oscar-winning Jennifer Lawrence, Golden Globe-winner Rosamund Pike, British tennis star Emma Raducanu, and Spice Girl  Gerri Halliwell-Honer meaning that all eyes were on the event at the 17th-century castle and grounds.

Dior’s creative designer Maria Grazia Chiuri placed Dior’s ties with Scotland front and centre. References to fascinating figures of Scottish history – including Mary, Queen of Scots. From Bustiers, straps,  Argyle style sweaters, slashed skirts, finished with socks and boots of all lengths and heights. The Collection boasted tartans, cashmere from Johnston's of Elgin and tweeds. Of course we just loved the Harris Tweeds elements.

Scottish culture and history has previously been immortalised in Dior collections such as the 1951 spring/summer collection that was presented in Perthshire; the 1955 presentation in which 172 dresses were unveiled at a charity ball at The Gleneagles Hotel in Auchterarder. Many of the guests stayed at the luxury hotel only a stones throw from where our Harris Tweed Golf Accessories are made.

The event was a fusion of French haute couture and Scottish tradition, creating a unique narrative that resonated with audiences worldwide.

By exploring the synergy between Dior's avant-garde designs and the classic charm of Harris Tweed, this blog post captures the essence of how fashion can bridge the gap between tradition and modern fashion.

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