“We Should All Be Feminists” / / Maria Grazia Chiuris Christian Dior Debut

Fashion can be feminist? A question that is heating up just all media. One that seems superfluous when the close look at the history of fashion in the first moment. Just think of the banishment of the hobble skirt and the liberation of the female body, jeans trousers and optical gender bending. Would there be not the eternal reproach of the soulless sell-out of a movement that deals happen in the core with more than surface. First there were Studios cautious references in detail, which flooded several walkways, then clear statements such as those by acne. Recent H & M with a deliberately emotionally charged campaign video in the pop-cultural #femalepower team filed himself. Account verses are important discussions, and entitled, we will soon read more about by Julia Korbik. For Maria Grazia Chiuris debut at Dior, however, traditional, I will break when, always the accusation of the pure marketing calculus itself is loud from immediately a lance. Their „ we should all be feminists “ T-Shirts had since the associated in Paris shown autumn/winter show sensation caused, in the positive as well as the negative sense. This one should be at least this time agree.

The piece of white fabric, which carries the title of Ngozi Adichies famous and’s TED talk as a law on the chest, could have come out any better ink pen than from those of the first-ever woman who kept per the Sceptre of fashion at Christian Dior in the hands. With her new position the 52-year-old embarks Chanel, if you will, on par with a Coco. And is for a minority. There are men who have the say in the Andokratie of Womenswear, yet always primarily a grievance which may be not present so much in politics. Maria Grazia Chiuris timing designed previously together with Pierpaolo Piccioli for Valentino, is therefore perfect. And would she waived right now on their charisma and media power, on their long known love of pop culture, to cover one of the most important messages of our time in the world, then only I would put your forehead in worry. Rather, I ask myself: when we finally stop to wonder about statements of this kind? For me is Chiuris debut is a strong, at all levels.

In addition to the collection that wants to come out without stereotypes, also the front row was a celebration: Rihanna, Jennifer Lawrence, Carla Bruni, Kate Moss, and Bianca Jagger took there place, but also author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie himself. And something did Maria Grazia Chiuri right: before the show, she showed the important women behind the Kullissen again via Instagram. Namely that the daily fabric become dreams Potter in the Studio to meet:

Who is your female role model? Just as the women from our atelier working on Maria Grazia Chiuri’s Spring-Summer 2017 collection being unveiled Friday are doing, tell us who the women that inspire you are… #thewomenbehindmydress #PFWSS17

#fashiondreamteam, who worked day and night until today to make it exceptional. Thank you to all of them, and we hope you like the collection that’s about to be unveiled. #diorss17 #PFWSS17

 

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