Dior Haute Couture asks: What if women rule the world?
Maria Grazia Chiuri collaborated with Judy Chicago to create the set for a Dior Couture show that celebrated the power of femininity.
dior does dallas
A new exhibition examines the storied legacy and legendary creative directors of the house, from Christian Dior to Maria Grazia Chiuri.
maria grazia chiuri championed the global sisterhood at dior
Her autumn/winter 19 collection was a dialogue between feminist thought, house codes, and the needs of women in 2019.
maria grazia chiuri discusses dior at the v&a
The house’s first female creative director reflects on the power and the glory of Dior.
kim jones on the dior collab with punk illustrator raymond pettibon
Exclusively for i-D, Kim Jones discusses the brand's new collaboration and gives us a behind-the-scenes glimpse inside the atelier that created the pieces.
christian dior goes to haute couture circus
Maria Grazia Chiuri stages a dazzling celebration of harlequins, ringmasters, clowns and acrobats.
the uk’s biggest ever christian dior exhibition is coming to the v&a
Opening in February 2019, ‘Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams’ will be the UK's largest ever exhibition on the iconic fashion house.
maria grazia chiuri reimagined dior's past for the 21st century
These are modern-day goddess dresses for women who want old-school femme realness without worrying about cracking a rib if they bend over.
dior takes cruise 18 to calabasas
On Thursday evening in Calabasas, the Californian heartland played host to Maria Grazia Chiuri’s first cruise show for Dior, inspired by Georgia O'Keeffe.
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lvmh are trying to buy christian dior couture
The luxury conglomerate want to simplify their business structure.
there's a massive dior couture retrospective coming to australia
The huge 2017 show will explore the legendary French house’s relationship with the country.
why is fashion so obsessed with hacker culture?
Since the mid 90s, fashion designers have been captivated by fantasies of the cyber goth underground. But don't hackers really just wear cargo pants and pool slides?