Italian fashion designer, Maria Grazia Chiuri, is the first female artistic director of women’s couture at Dior – the first woman to hold the creative reins in Dior‘s 70 year history.
The former Valentino co-creative director took over when Raf Simons left last year.
Maria Grazia Chiuri of Dior with Karli Kloss
Maria Grazia Chiuri used her debut collection (Spring/Summer 2017) to send a strong political message with her t-shirts bearing the logo “We Should All Be Feminists.”
Dior – Spring/Summer 2017
Maria Grazia Chiuri‘s collection emphasized the power of women with the hashtag #TheWomenBehindMyDress