Dior Goes Feminist By Susan McLean
Dior makes a great feminist stand at the SS17 show in September, and the world is loving it.
Read about Dior's feminist stand below via Vogue:
Among the romantic dresses and fencing-inspired suiting on the runway at Maria Grazia Chiuri’s Dior debut was one piece that will have the fashion world talking. A T-shirt reading We Should All Be Feminists was paired with an embellished midnight blue tulle skirt and sneakers, instantly becoming the most Instagrammed moment of the entire show. The fact that Chiuri is the first female artistic director of the Dior maison was a much-discussed fact in the lead-up to her debut—and clearly one that she took to heart. The show notes also made a point of explaining how important feminism is to Chiuri: “Feminism is a recurring word for her.” What’s more, the Beyoncé song “Flawless,” which features Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s famous TEDx talk about feminism, played on the soundtrack. And the author was in the crowd.
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