Christian Dior Sees New Wave of Feminism for 2017 Spring/Summer
This is Maria Grazia Chiuri’s DIO(R)EVOLUTION.
Maria Grazia Chiuri became Dior’s first female artistic director, and her debut collection reaffirms the significance — feminism is more than just en vogue. Her runway was a staunch platform for the movement: Beyoncé’s Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie-assisted “Flawless” was a part of the soundtrack to the equally statement-making clothing. Sheer and flowing ladylike cuts were layered onto with masculine briefs or paired with sneakers, but in some pieces the declaration was quite literal as T-shirts asserted “WE SHOULD ALL BE FEMINISTS” and “DIO(R)EVOLUTION.” View the looks above.