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Dior’s new Cruise campaign showcases modern African photography and the female gaze
Maria Grazia Chiuri enlisted six female photographers from Africa and its diaspora to lens the official campaign.
dior celebrates a wartime hero
The house's spring/summer 20 collection paid homage to Catherine Dior, sister of Mr Dior and a fascinating resistance fighter who was deported to Ravensbruck concentration camp during WWII.
feminism and femininity at maria grazia chiuri's dior couture show
The Dior designer continues to reposition couture for the woman of today.
maria grazia chiuri celebrated cultural common ground for dior cruise 2020
“This is not a simple collection, it involves travel, dialogue, collaboration, exchange, discovery and demonstrating what unites us.”
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.
dior’s ode to mexico
Dior invited eight female photographers in Mexico to celebrate the country that inspired its Cruise 2019 collection.
meet the choreographer behind dior's powerful dance show
A black cube, dancers,and tulle. Dior opened Paris Fashion Week with a rare show of intensity choreographed by Sharon Eyal.
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how dior's dance pushed new-wave feminism in paris
Alongside a Sharon Eyal-choreographed performance, the house’s first female Design Director stripped away restraints from elegant clothing.
the cult saddle bag from dior is back
After making an appearance on the autumn/winter 18 catwalk, the ultimate It Bag of the noughties returns to stores.
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 stage an epic rodeo cruise show in the rain in chantilly
The house’s first female Artistic Director continued to extol the power of femininity with a show dedicated to Mexico’s fearless female rodeo riders, the Escaramuzas.